About Jodie Delavan
I began my U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service career at the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office in 2001 as an Administrative Assistant for the Endangered Species Program. I pursued two Master’s Degrees in Public Administration and Biology while employed as a fish and wildlife biologist in what is now known as the Service’s Pathways Program. I continued working as a biologist on species and landscape-level conservation throughout Oregon. In 2016, I joined the External Affairs team in the Pacific Region to support the communications needs of the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office and its field offices.