Originally from Warren PA, Jamie Eberl graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a BS in Civil Engineering in 2009. Jamie has previously worked for the University of North Carolina Charlotte Environmental Assistance Office and as an intern for the city of Charlotte Engineering and Property Management Land Development Division. After graduation and many hours scouring the internet for job opportunities, Jamie applied for a Student Conservation Association fellowship with Green Cities Pittsburgh. Jamie’s interests include exploring new places, cookies, reading, and making amazing excel spreadsheets.
Hey all, my name is Alice and I am the Project leader for the upcoming trail season in Eldorado NF. I hail from the richly diverse state of New Jersey. I spent my time growing up split between NJ and Maine, fortunate enough to have the opportunity to appreciate both city and outdoor living.
After graduating with a Printmaking Degree from Purchase College, NY in 2008, I headed West to participate as a member for SCA's Desert Restoration Corps, team Wildcorps. Since then, I've led a High School crew in New Jersey, been a member on a leader crew in Kentucky, and am most recently coming out of the field from a Leadership Development Crew on the PCT in Southern California.
When I'm not moving rocks on trails for SCA, I love to keep myself and my dog busy with outdoor sports, soccer, and getting lost. If you ever find me inside, I'm probably baking.
My name is Steve Ullman, I'll be the project leader for the Hoover Wilderness team this summer. This is my fourth season as a field leader with the SCA, and after working all across the country from New Jersey to Alaska to Texas, I am excited to get into the high Sierras in California. I graduated from Colorado College in 2008 and after working the summer seasons during college, I've been in different SCA Trail leader positions consistently for the last year.
Dan just graduated from University of Michigan, and will be heading to Africa in the winter with the Peace Corps. He wants to get some experience roughing it before shipping out, as he has very little backpacking skills - and this trail corps seems to be the perfect opportunity. He recently grew a mustache for charity, but thankfully it is now shaved.
Dan also just realized he doesn't have enough to say about himself to make a 2-3 paragraph biography. But hopefully after a few years and a few awesome experiences like this summer, he'll be able to put together a much more interesting personal summary.
My name is Kaitlin Kisiel, I am 22 years old and I am currently living in West Union, SC. I am a senior at North Greenville University, and I am majoring in Outdoor Leadership. I’m also a senior in the ROTC program at Furman University. My hope for after graduation is to become an Aviation Officer and fly Blackhawk’s for the US Army. I have an older brother who is 24 years old and is a 2LT in the US Army, and I have an older sister who is 28 years old and is a river raft guide. I enjoy bouldering and going to the climbing gym in my free time. I’m afraid of heights but love the adrenaline rush of skydiving and bungee jumping.