Sarah Stankavich has an M.S. in Biology from Eastern Washington University, where she completed her thesis on the spatial and temporal activity of bats over wetlands. After spending four years as a project manager at NSF’s long-term research site in Puerto Rico, Sarah has been working for the Ohio Division of Wildlife since late 2018. Her duties include coordinating the agency’s bat research efforts, which primarily consist of winter hibernacula surveys, stationary and mobile acoustic surveys, and roost counts. Sarah is also part of the planning team for the Ohio Bat Working Group and has been leading efforts to help the group accomplish goals laid out in the Ohio Bat Conservation Plan.