Conservation & Science
Kendra Strohmayer, M.S.
AZA Population Management Center
B.S. – Biology, Northeastern Illinois University
M.S. – Human-Canine Life Sciences, Bergin College of Canine Studies
Kendra’s interest in animals and behavior led her to the captive animal management internship at Wolf Park, where she expanded her knowledge of wildlife biology, behavioral research, and conservation.
Prior to starting her role as planning coordinator, Kendra worked at an accounting and auditing firm for four years as part of their administrative and assurance production teams.
She has completed her master’s degree in Human-Canine Life Science at Bergin University of Canine Studies. There, she learned about the role of dogs in human society. In her spare time, Kendra can be found training with her dog and improving their rally obedience skills.