Ally Scott

Ally Scott, wearing a blue shirt and standing in front of a tree.

Deputy Tribal Resilience Liaison, College of Menominee Nation 

Raised in Virginia, Ally grew up fascinated by the living world and earned her B.S. in wildlife conservation from Virginia Tech. After working a series of seasonal research positions, she moved to Wisconsin for her M.S. in wildlife ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, promptly fell in love with snow, and now calls Wisconsin home. For her master’s thesis, Ally worked closely with the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission to study potential sources of prey limitation for Waabizheshi (American marten) and developed a strong interest in the implications of environmental conservation for human communities. In her free time, Ally enjoys playing music, hiking, watching movies, and playing board games.

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