Nov. 3, 2020 U.S. Senate
Palm Card - 4 1/4" x 11". 
"I'm working to protect Wyoming's future. I hope you'll join me."

Can we guarantee a future for Wyoming?

Yes, if we unite around our shared values and find solutions to our emerging problems.

•    GROW AND PROTECT: Expanding the economy while preserving the environment.

•    EMBRACE A TRUE EQUALITY STATE: Providing quality healthcare, ending discrimination and wage gaps.

•    EDUCATE AND EMPLOY: Creating opportunities for affordable higher education and implement­ing guaranteed job programs.

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•    Professor; Served as Chair of the Zoology and Physiology Department and Director of the Program in Ecology at the University of Wyoming.

•    Trained hundreds of young professionals in Wyoming.

•    Award-winning ecologist, conservationist, and wildlife educator.

•    United States citizen since 2009 and a Wyoming resident for over 20 years.

•    An avid outdoorswoman - skier, backpacker, and hunter.

•    Raised on small family farm in Israel, advocate for locally raised livestock.

•    Veteran of Israeli Defense Forces.

•    Safari Tour guide in Kenya

•    Received Bachelor of Science in Biology and Master of Science in Zoology degrees from Tel Aviv University.

•    Doctorate (PhD) in Wildlife Management from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

•    Chief scientist on icebreaker research vessel in the Arctic Ocean studying polar bears.

•    Studied the effects of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill on river otters in Alaska for 25 years.

•    Multiple current projects in Wyoming on river otters, small mammals, raccoons, and skunks.

•    Currently Editor-in-Chief of Wildlife Monographs journal.

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