Tashina Kimble is a substitute teacher and volunteer at Wolf Haven International. She has been continually inspired by nature in her community of Yelm, Washington. This inspiration led her to receive her Masters of Art in Biology in the Advanced Inquiry program through Miami University and Project Dragonfly. She hopes to incorporate coexistence in everything she does. Tashina enjoys reading fantasy and science fiction, kayaking at her nearby lake, and cuddling with her cat Jazzy in her free time.
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