Jamey Lowdermilk is a Presidential Management Fellow (PMF) with the Forest Service in Helena, MT, where she specializes in water conservation and management. In her free time, she plays soccer, sails, and volunteers on the Local Food Co-op’s steering committee. Prior to the PMF program, Jamey worked as a sea-kayaking guide in Alaska, as a field organizer on political campaigns, and as a deckhand on the lobster docks of Vinalhaven, Maine. As an AmeriCorps*VISTA in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, Jamey co-wrote the state of Alabama’s coordinated disaster response plan. After graduation from Sewanee, Jamey studied micro-finance at the Grameen Bank in Dhaka, Bangladesh on a Tonya Internship Grant. She holds a master’s degree in Applied Economics and Statistics and a certificate of Public Administration from Clemson University (2010). She graduated from Sewanee in 2004 with a combined degree in Economics and Spanish, a minor in Environmental Studies, and as co-president of the Environmental Resident program.