Emily Sandall, coordinator@emilylsandall
Emily is a postdoctoral research associate at the Center for Biodiversity & Global Change at Yale University. Her work focuses on functional traits and global distribution of dragonflies, with a particular fondness for larval odonates.
Rhema is a student and research assistant at the University of Lagos in Nigeria. Rhema studies the diversity, distribution, and taxonomy of Odonata in Southwestern Nigeria. He also studies odonates as indicators of water quality.
Danielle is a biology masters student at Texas Tech University. Her research focuses on west Texas odonates at undersampled and imperiled wetlands.
Will Kuhn, co-webmaster@crossveins
Will is an admirer of dragonflies and an aspiring naturalist. He is the Director of Science and Research at Discover Life in America, which works to catalog all the species living in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. He has served as WDA’s webmaster since 2017.
Ethan Tolman, co-webmaster@EthanTolman
Ethan is a PhD student student at the City University of New York. He studies the genomics of Odonata and how Odonata are distributed across urban environments.