Carrie Dennett worked for 14 years in both resource management and fire management for the National Park Service. She began her career at Grand Canyon National Park as a Biological Science Technician, and moved to Fire Ecologist and then to Chief of Resources Management/Fire Management Officer of Chiricahua National Monument/Fort Bowie National Historic Site in southeastern Arizona. She earned a B.A. in English Literature and M.S. in Natural Resources/Fire Ecology, both from the University of Arizona.
Carrie possesses a thorough knowledge of the policies, regulations, planning principles, concepts, and methodologies of the Federal Government; she has the ability to apply knowledge of government planning to facilitate project accomplishment, an ability to interpret and explain a variety of subjects, and to write and edit material tailored to specific media and audiences.
During her time with the National Park Service, Carrie wrote and edited numerous resource management plans, multi-agency fire management plans, prescribed fire plans, and environmental compliance documents (NEPA and Section 7 compliance). The documents listed in the Ecological Services and Writer/Editor Services sections, in addition to a degree in English literature, demonstrate a thorough knowledge of English usage, writing and editing principles, an ability to write original material, and an ability to synthesize, rewrite, and edit rough-draft material while maintaining the integrity of the ideas.
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