Aleksandra has 15 years of private and public sector experience in analyzing, designing, constructing, and monitoring all aspects of stream restoration and river management projects along the west coast of the United States. She has a B.S. in hydrology with an emphasis in aquatic biology from UCSB, and a M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from UW. Aleksandra also has experience conducting and publishing research pertaining to stream and river restoration. When not working on Creek Lands Conservation projects, Aleksandra teaches hydrology and geology at California’s Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo. In her free time Aleksandra loves fly fishing, skiing, hiking, and exploring the natural world with her family and friends.