California Fire Science Consortium
Stacey Sargent Frederick is the Program Coordinator for the JFSP California Fire Science Consortium based at the University of California, Berkeley. As part of the Joint Fire Science Program’s Fire Science Exchange Network she strives to bridge the gap between knowledge and practice throughout the fire world. Her expertise and passion lie in creating frameworks and tools that lead to stronger communication and networking between various audiences. Before coming to UC Berkeley, Stacey graduated Magna Cum Laude from Oregon State University, College of Forestry with a B.S. in Natural Resources and a minor in Forest Management. After a year-long adventure of teaching English in South Korea, Stacey returned to Oregon State to receive her M.S. in the Forest Ecosystems and Society Department at the College of Forestry. She graduated with a focus on the human perceptions of fire with a special emphasis on the public perceptions of smoke from wildland and prescribed fire. Stacey is originally from Redmond, Oregon and enjoys almost any activity that takes place outside, whether that is the peace of a backyard garden or an arduous adventure in the wilderness.
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