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Haillie Mousseau

Lowell National Historical Park

Winter 2024

Haillie is from Hudson, New Hampshire and earned her B.S. in Wildlife Care and Environmental Education from Unity College in 2020. Haillie's roots trace back to Lowell National Historical Park where her journey began as a summer camper, progressed to the role of a camp counselor, and eventually led to other volunteer opportunities around the park. Evolving further, she transitioned into the interpretive division where she dedicated five seasons as an Interpretive Ranger. Her career extends beyond the National Park Service, as she also spent a year working for the United States Department of Agriculture as a Wildlife Specialist, specializing primarily in avian and small mammal species. Now, she's eager for a shift towards a role centered on outreach, education, and developing volunteer opportunities. Her goal is to inspire and engage individuals to actively contribute to the preservation and well-being of the park.
In her downtime, Haillie loves to go to the gym, hike, travel, spend time with her friends and family, and visit any new coffee shop she can find!

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