Angelique Dahlberg is a current PhD student at the University of Minnesota, in the Conservation Sciences program. Before returning to school, Angelique worked for four years at the St. Croix River Association as their Invasive Species Program Lead, and for one year for the Cook County Invasives Team as their Invasive Species Coordinator. Angelique Also has a MS in Integrated Biosciences from the University of Minnesota Duluth, and a BS in Conservation Biology from the University of Wisconsin Madison. In her free time, Angelique enjoys hiking, kayaking, and visiting state and national parks. As a natural resources scientist and outdoor enthusiast, she is passionate about connecting people to their outdoor public spaces, and about fostering relationships and growing communities through access and use of those places.
University of Minnesota
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Personal pronouns: She, her, hers