Maggie Reinbold

Blogger Profile: Maggie Reinbold

Maggie Reinbold is the founding member of the Conservation Education Division at the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research. In her current role as Conservation Program Manager, she serves as a liaison between San Diego Zoo Global researchers and the community. Her efforts are focused on the development and implementation of relevant, hands-on activities in conservation science for use with students and teachers in the Institute’s Conservation Education Lab. Maggie completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Biology at San Diego State University, with her graduate research focused on the population genetics of desert aquatic insects in Baja California, Mexico. Maggie has taught science in a number of formal and informal settings. As a National Science Foundation fellow, she spent several seasons in Arctic Alaska, bringing hands-on science education to unique and underserved communities on the North Slope. Maggie first joined the Institute in 2005 as a summer research fellow in the Genetics Division, focusing on the conservation genetics of the Anegada iguana.
A Genuine “Thanks” to Species

A Genuine “Thanks” to Species

At the San Diego Zoo’s Institute for Conservation Research, and at the Zoological Society of San Diego as a whole, we spend our days working to save biodiversity. But the[.....]