Becca Windell is a Ph.D. student in the Prugh lab at the University of Washington. Her research focuses on mesocarnivore behavior and population dynamics across a spectrum of large carnivore presence. Becca is interested in relationships between movement, resource use, and intraguild interactions, where she aims to apply her research to carnivore management, conservation, and conflict mitigation. She earned her B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Wildlife Biology from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO where she investigated the effectiveness of non-lethal coyote management tools and drivers of coyote predation on endangered black-footed ferrets. She enjoys running in the woods with her dogs and small-scale farming alongside her husband at their home in Okanogan, WA.