Anna Almero, RPF, MSFM, B.Sc.
GIS Technician/Analyst
Forester in Training (FIT) / Master of Sustainable Forest Management (MSFM) / Bachelor of Science (BSc) / Forest Conservation Science Specialist
250.871.8372 ext:209

Anna holds a Master’s degree from the University of British Columbia (MSFM, Master in Sustainable Forest Management) and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto (BSc, Specialist in Forest Conservation Science). She is currently a Forester in Training (FIT), on track to attain a Registered Professional Forester (RPF) accreditation with the Association of BC Forest Professionals (ABCFP).  Her work in both the Canadian forest industry and academia has developed a wide perspective on the relationships between scientific theory, natural resource management, industrial operations, data collection and analysis, First Nations relations, and public perceptions.  

Her forestry-related work experience includes writing Site Plans, silviculture management, forest engineering, watershed sampling and analysis, GIS operational mapping and analysis, drone flight operations, wildland firefighting, tree planting, collaborating with First Nations with forestry-related projects and marine oil spill response, conservation biology, and academic research with the University of Toronto. 

She is interested in the manipulation of software to organize data efficiently, in order to link the latest science with policy creation, in relation to forest resource management.