Terri Schulz is a Senior Conservation Ecologist for the Colorado Nature Conservancy. She is working on integrating biodiversity habitat information into LandPKS. Terri is a science leader in conservation land management in Colorado and works with ranchers on improved management and conservation outcomes. She also leads large-scale conservation planning efforts and has trained Nature Conservancy, students, and partner staff in the Rocky Mountains as well as in Thailand, Kenya, Mongolia, China and India. Terri also is a conservation coach serving on the executive board for the Conservation Coaches Network and Conservation Measures Partnership. Terri earned a B.S. in Wildlife Biology and a M.S. in Range Ecology from Colorado State University.