Lindsay Martinez is a Research Program Coordinator for the East Foundation. She supports research and conservation programs focused on ocelots and other threatened and endangered species on East Foundation properties in South Texas. Lindsay is originally from Great Falls, Montana, and obtained a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University and a master’s degree from Texas A&M University. Lindsay previously served as a policy intern for The Wildlife Society in Washington, DC and was the inaugural recipient of the Ronald F. Labisky Graduate Fellow in Wildlife Policy while at Texas A&M. As a Labisky Fellow, Lindsay coordinated a multi-partner project to plan conservation policy for endangered ocelots on private lands in Texas.