Isabel Faust

Intern

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Ms. Faust provides research support to a wide range of client-facing projects for Marstel-Day’s Natural Resources Program, to include invasive species management, bird surveys, shoreline stabilization projects, and media monitoring.  She also supports social media management and outreach for the company and has experience in developing communication and outreach planning components.

Prior to joining the company, Ms. Faust worked as a communications and policy intern at Friends of the Rappahannock in Fredericksburg, Virginia, where she updated and improved the organization’s website and social media and assisted in various public outreach projects. She has also worked at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, conducting various bird and flying-fox studies.

Ms. Faust graduated from the University of Mary Washington with a BS in environmental science, concentrating on water and soil quality monitoring. Ms. Faust demonstrates her passion for land and wildlife conservation via public outreach and awareness campaigns.