Ann Clark Coyle
My love for the environment reaches back to my childhood, where I explored the creeks and rivers surrounding my home in Richmond, VA. My family was always spending time on the water; kayaking, camping, or hiking nature trails.
After graduating from the University of South Carolina with a B.S. in Marine Science, I decided to stay in the low country. I worked for the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources as a seasonal field technician performing sea turtle nesting surveys and then, as a wildlife biologist managing the state and recreational oyster beds. I enjoy working in the natural environment and getting my hands dirty.
I enjoy being with my family in my free time and playing out on the water. Boating, crabbing, or watching the South Carolina Gamecocks play football. My hobbies, upbringing, and professional background have given me a profound appreciation for the natural world. I am excited to bring my passion for restoration and conservation to WLS.