Interns

Isabel Diaz
Agency: U.S. Forest Service
Program: Resource Assistant Program (RAP)
Location: U.S. Forest Service Headquarters
Intern Year(s): 2022

Isabel Diaz

Isabel Diaz is a recent alumna from Florida State University, and is currently pursuing a PhD in
Environmental Anthropology. She hopes that her position as a resource assistant with the Forest Service will allow her to better understand how to bridge the gap between communities and the world of academia, where much knowledge of the environment is shrouded in language and wording not used in normal, everyday life. Outside of Anthropology and the Environment, she also has a great love of foodways, and learning about the origins of recipes, cooking & baking as a way to travel the world while being right at home.

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