Wildlife Rehabilitation Manager & Education Coordinator
Fawn Harris started volunteering as a Wildlife Care Steward at the shelter in February 2013 and joined the Education Program shortly afterward. In April 2016, she joined the staff as a Wildlife Rehabilitation Technician. In 2018, she was promoted to Wildlife Rehabilitation Manager and Education Coordinator.
She holds a Masters of Environmental Studies from The Evergreen State College, where she focused her studies on Ecology and Wildlife Conservation. She received her BS in Environmental Science from the Huxley College of the Environment at Western Washington University. Fawn is a state and federally Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator. She is a Certified Interpretative Guide (CIG) with the National Association of Interpretation (NAI).
Fawn also serves as secretary for the Washington Wildlife Rehabilitation Association (WWRA). Fawn comes to the shelter with several years of experience in environmental education and ecological restoration. Fawn is very excited to be part of an organization that values wildlife and promotes education.