Katlin was born and raised on her family’s ranch in Granby. After getting her B.S. in Wildlife Biology from Colorado State University in 2008, Katlin began traveling the world as a volunteer field assistant. She’s studied African wildlife in Namibia, sea turtles in Costa Rica, seals in the Netherlands, koalas in Australia, and she even went to Antarctica! In addition to working at MFC, Katlin works for the Middle Park Conservation District, Grand County Water Information Network, and on her family’s ranch. Katlin joined MFC in 2022 as a co-coordinator for the Holiday “Gifts for Kids” Program. She has since expanded her involvement with MFC to include other special programs and the food pantry. Katlin enjoys working for MFC because of her desire to have a greater impact on the community in which she lives. In her free time, Katlin continues to explore the world by vacationing abroad.