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New Faces at MTDC

Photo of Cailen Hegman. Cailen Hegman joined MTDC in May as a publications assistant. He is responsible for filling the many orders that come in daily to MTDC’s publications department, and getting out mass mailings throughout the year. Cailen is in his second year at the University of Montana.
Photo of Kristen Thrall.

Kristen Thrall began working for MTDC in September as an information assistant. She started her Forest Service career as a student employee with the Content Analysis Team last fall. Before working for the Forest Service, Kristen was a research assistant at the School of Forestry and Wood Products at Michigan Technological University. She spent 2 years in Paraguay working in agroforestry as a Peace Corps volunteer. Kristen has a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Albion College and a master’s degree in Forestry from Michigan Technological University.

Photo of Ian Grob. Ian Grob joined MTDC in August as a photographic technologist. After graduating from the Rochester Institute of Technology with a bachelor’s degree in imaging and photographic technology, Ian worked for Failure Analysis Associates, in Phoenix, AZ, documenting automobile and motorcycle crash tests. In 2000, Ian became the photographer for Harley-Davidson Motor Company at Harley’s Product Development Center in Milwaukee, WI.
Photo of Scott Groenier. Scott Groenier began working for MTDC in November as a civil engineer project leader. Scott earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and a master's degree from Montana State University. He worked for the Wisconsin and Illinois State Departments of Transportation before starting his career with the Forest Service. He worked as the east zone structural engineer for the Eastern Region and as a civil engineer for the Ashley and Tongass National Forests.
Photo of Scott Kesler. Scott Kesler, a geography and business student at the University of Montana, has begun working as an editorial assistant at MTDC. Scott grew up on a ranch along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains near Choteau, MT.

 


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