Conservation Wildlife Fellow
Justin Gulino is NCEL’s Conservation Wildlife Fellow. He is a current undergraduate student at the George Washington University and is seeking a dual degree in Environmental Science and International Affairs. As part of his undergraduate experience, he studied abroad in New Zealand as a member of the GWU Global Bachelor’s Program where he explored the topics of the illegal wildlife trade and wilderness restoration. Justin plans to pursue a Masters in Environmental Policy after graduation, and aspires to improve people’s relationship with the environment by mitigating human-wildlife conflict.
Justin’s love for nature stems from his childhood explorations of the local woods and beaches near his house. This passion still burns, and he spends his free time either running or hiking in local and national parks while appreciating the wonders of nature.