Kelcey Brown-Meacham – Advisory Board Member and Field Assistant

I am passionate about being a part of the Urban Wildlife Research Project because our work helps to educate, promote conservation, and foster understanding of our local urban wildlife.

Kelcey is an undergraduate student at San Jose State University working towards a degree in Environmental Studies and a minor in biology. She has always had a fascination with understanding how wildlife and humans interact, which has led her to pursue a career in wildlife conservation and restoration. Through San Jose State she has volunteered at Cañada de Los Osos Ecological Reserve as well as conducted undergraduate research with American pikas in eastern California and central Nevada. She enjoys traveling all over the globe, scuba diving, backpacking, and nature photography.