Stephanie Kane, Vice President
Stephanie Kane is an ex-pat from Virginia who migrated to the Palouse for graduate school at Washington State University in 1999. She holds Master’s degrees in both zoology and statistics from WSU and has spent her career at working with data at the intersection of sociology, education, and the environment. In her prior positions, she worked with researchers, stakeholders, and producers in Idaho on issues as varied as the impact of climate change on agriculture in the Pacific Northwest, STEM education in Idaho, and studying invasive plant and animal species in Idaho. Her association with PCEI began in the early 2000’s with her role as a Girl Scout leader of a Moscow troop, participating in Paradise Creek stream cleanup service projects and STEM activities. As a mom, she has visited PCEI for school field trips, Creatures of the Night, and native plant sales. She looks forward to helping PCEI in its mission of conservation, restoration, and environmental education. When not thinking about data, she can be found either gardening or camping and fishing with her husband and son in their Scamp trailer.