The Team > Margaret Finch
Margaret Finch is a versatile biologist with experience working in many North American ecosystems. She has conducted surveys for special-status species such as Alameda whipsnake, burrowing owl, California red-legged frog, and California tiger salamander.
Prior to joining Sequoia, Margaret designed studies focused on habitat use and population dynamics of numerous herpetological species. She also led stewardship activities and designed a citizen science program at Old Woman Creek National Estuarine Research Reserve. She holds a bachelor's degree in Biology and Anthropology from Oberlin College.
Margaret currently manages several projects for Sequoia, including PG&E's Community Pipeline Safety Initiative (CPSI). One of Sequoia's largest projects to date, CPSI employs over a dozen of our on-call biologists in 12 counties across northern California.