Meg Duhr is MAISRC's Research Outreach Specialist. In her position, Meg serves as a bridge between researchers and managers (and many other stakeholders!) to support decision-making and implement research-informed AIS management. Before joining the MAISRC team, Meg spent over 10 years working as a manager and biologist for the US Fish and Wildlife Service, where she led habitat restoration and invasive species control projects on National Wildlife Refuges in the Remote Pacific Islands and the Inland Northwest. She has a B.A. in Women’s Studies from Macalester College and a B.S. in Wildlife Science from Oregon State University. When she's not thinking about invasive species, Meg enjoys Nordic skiing, ice hockey, and native plant landscaping.