The Team > Grace Mannell
Grace Mannell is a skilled biologist with expertise in field survey techniques, conservation, and environmental consulting. She received a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Management and Protection with a concentration in Wildlife Biology and a minor in Biology from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California.
Prior to joining Sequoia, Grace established herself as a multidisciplinary professional with a focus in environmental consulting services and terrestrial biology. She has worked in the public and private sectors, and has extensive experience working in the utility industry. Her working experience has focused on hydrology, terrestrial vertebrate surveys, conflict management, plant and animal species inventories, CEQA and NEPA compliance, and construction monitoring.
Grace has worked with a wide variety of protected California species, including California red-legged frog, San Francisco garter snake, Alameda whipsnake, California tiger salamander, Morro Bay kangaroo rat, San Francisco dusky-footed woodrat, California condor, golden eagle, bald eagle, Swainson’s hawk, burrowing owl, vernal pool fairy shrimp, vernal pool tadpole shrimp, and alkali fairy shrimp.