Kathi Stopher served in Pathways at Southeast Idaho Refuge Complex and now works there as the Pathways Outdoor Recreational Planner. She is pursuing a Master’s degree in Recreational Resources Management from George Mason University. She joins the Service as a second career with previous training in education – B.S. Indiana University and M.S. Purdue University. Working with the managers of Minidoka, Camas, Grays Lake, and Bear National Wildlife Refuges, she specializes in promoting conservation education outreach and enhancing visitor services.