Best Wishes to our own Elizabeth Gerritz!!

As we transition from our 2019 to 2020 WildLink seasons, we also have another major transition to acknowledge. After two years of innovation, dedication, and passion, Elizabeth Gerritz will be taking her talents to Grand Teton National Park to get back in the field and share the wonders of the world with new communities! Please extend your best wishes to Elizabeth as she embarks on her new adventure!

Replacing her as Wilderness Programs Manager will be Liam Caulfield. Throughout his professional career, Liam has worn many hats for NatureBridge and the National Park Service, ranging from Wilderness Ranger in Sequoia National Park, Interpretative Ranger in Yosemite National Park, and Social and Emotional Learning Mentor at NatureBridge in Olympic National Park. A few words from Liam himself:

“I am profoundly honored and appreciative of the opportunity to share my passions with the Yosemite NatureBridge community and I am excited to create a platform for students to have a transformative, wild experience here in Yosemite, just like the one that changed my life and brought me to where I am today. I also want to thank Elizabeth for her dedication to this incredible program and I promise to continue transforming the lives of students throughout California. If you have any questions or would like to get to know me better, please do not hesitate to contact me at”

WildLink is a proud partner of the National Park Service, National Forest Service, and Nature Bridge.