Fran Cafferata Coe

Cafferata Consulting, LLC

Fran Cafferata is a Certified Wildlife Biologist® with over 15 years of experience in environmental consulting. She has experience in writing wildlife management plans, and completing forest harvest unit reviews and environmental surveys for sensitive, threatened, and endangered plant and animal species and their habitats. Cafferatta is a member of both The Wildlife Society and the Society of American Foresters. She is past chair for the Oregon Society of American Foresters and a past president of the Oregon Chapter of the Wildlife Society. In addition, Cafferata served as the liaison between the two societies from 2010-2017. Being a member of both societies allows her to help wildlife and forestry professionals better communicate and discuss common goals. Cafferata was awarded the Oregon Society of American Foresters’ Young Forester Award in 2016. That same year she also received the National Society of American Foresters Young Forester Leadership Award. She is passionate about bringing forestry and wildlife together to develop management strategies that are practical. This is Cafferata’s second appearance at the Hagenstein Lectures.

Fran Cafferata will be hosting ACT II:Women on Fire