Nathan Hahn is a Research Associate in RESOLVE’s Washington, D.C., office, where he assists in research and development of wildlife protection and technology programs and provides project coordination and communications management support for Biodiversity and Wildlife Solutions. Additionally, Mr. Hahn contributes to data analysis, in-depth research, and the production of reports, proposals and news articles for wildtech.mongabay.com. His project issue areas include new and emerging technologies for wildlife conservation, stakeholder engagement, and human-wildlife conflict.
Prior to joining RESOLVE, Mr. Hahn worked as a research assistant at Colorado College, where he conducted a pioneering field study on food preference, territory selection, and interspecies interactions of the Rocky Mountain Red Squirrel. This research used radio telemetry and mark recapture to study how red squirrels interact with their surrounding environment in a mixed conifer forest. While at Colorado College, Mr. Hahn also worked on a study to determine indicator species and define a wildebeest migration corridor through the Tarangire-Manyara ecosystem, Tanzania, and developed a base-line study of human-wildlife conflict in the Nagarjunasagar Srisalem Tiger Reserve, India. Nathan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology with a focus on organisms, ecology and evolution, and a minor in environmental science from Colorado College.
Bachelor of Arts, Biology; minor, Environmental Science.
Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO. 2014.