Wynne Moss is an ecologist and conservation biologist interested in how wild populations respond to environmental stressors, including land use transformation, climate change, and infectious disease. She is currently a biologist with the USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center. In the past, she worked as a postdoctoral scientist with Conservation Science Partners (http://csp-inc.org) , an NC CASC consortium partner. Her postdoctoral research, funded by the National CASC, used collaborative science synthesis to better understand the potential for drought to trigger ecological transformation. Previously, she obtained a Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Colorado. Her dissertaton work examined the interactions between amphibians and the concurrent threats of drought, infectious disease, and invasive species. She also holds a M.S. in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where her master’s research focused on the behavioral responses of mountain lions to increasing urbanization. You can read more about Wynne’s research on her website (https://wynnemoss.weebly.com/) .