Interns

Veronica Cuyun
Agency: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Program: FWS Regionals
Location: Portland Regional Office
Intern Year(s): 2021

Veronica Cuyun

Veronica Cuyun is from Miami, FL. Her passion for wildlife started in her college years as a Zookeeper at the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo. She interned and volunteered at Ashton Biological Preserve a non- profit focused on reptile conservation. During her time at both facilities, she participated in events and festivals to share her interests with others in the community. She furthered her education by attending the University of Florida where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. She has a passion for the natural world, and how to make the outdoors space inclusive for all.

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