Lab Technician II
Master of Science, Biology, Sonoma State University
Kandis Gilmore is broadly trained in organismal biology and ecology. She as worked as a field assistant in the rocky intertidal, oak woodlands, and vernal pool grassland ecosystems. She has been on staff since 2012 and received her Master's of Science degree from Sonoma State Biology Department in 2017. Her master's thesis research focused on pollinators of three of Sonoma County's endemic and endangered vernal pool plant species Blennosperma bakeri (Sonoma sunshine), Limnanthes vinculans (Sebastopol meadowfoam, and Lasthenia burkei (Burke's Goldfields). Kandis enjoys participating in biodiversity outreach events, hiking, camping, and occasionally indulging in gluten-free cake.