Degrees HeldGilbert

B.S., International Studies, Emphasis in Global Health; University of Utah, 2015

B.S., Psychology; University of Utah, 2015

Degree Sought:

M.S. Earth Sciences


Dr. Sarah Church

Research Project

Collaborative Water Resources Adaptive Management in Montana

Ashlie is interested in how the goals of collaborative adaptive management are, or are not,
adopted by water resource professionals in Montana. Additionally, her research explores how
Big Sky Watershed Corps members influence or assist collaborative adaptive management with
their host-sites, if at all. Ashlie draws upon social science research methods to understand
these topics as well as literature on collaboration, watershed management, and “all the
adaptives:” adaptive governance, adaptive management, adaptive co-management, and
collaborative adaptive management.

Preferred Email Address:

[email protected]

Research and Professional Experience:

2020-present: Graduate Research Assistant, People-Places-Water Lab, Bozeman, MT
2018-2020: Development Administrator, Teton Science Schools, Jackson, WY
2019: Wildlife Crossings Campaign Canvasser, Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance, Jackson, WY
2014-2018: River Trip Coordinator, Mad River Boat Trips, Jackson, WY
2013-2014: Teaching assistant, Global Health Scholars & Abnormal Child Psychology, University
         of Utah
2013-2014: Undergraduate lab assistant, Harassment and Women’s Health, Punjab, India
2012-2013: Undergraduate lab assistant, Utah Teen Emotions Study, University of Utah
2013: Undergraduate lab assistant, Moving Across Places Study, University of Utah
2012: Undergraduate lab assistant, Health Promotion Project, Ghana, West Africa