Coffee and Conversation with Jeff Mow '81, National Park Service
Jeff Mow '81 is meeting with students to talk about his career path. This is a great opportunity to network with Jeff if you are interested in national parks, natural resources, and/or climate change.
Over the course of his 34-year federal career, Jeff Mow ’81 served as superintendent of multiple units of the National Park Service, as the Regional Director for Alaska National Parks, and on the staff of the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. He began his federal career as a Carleton student, when Beth Schwarzman ’66 connected him to an internship with the U.S. Geological Survey. He retired in 2021, having served as the superintendent of Glacier National Park for almost nine years. Jeff is recognized for his work around climate change response, transboundary conservation, wildfire management, and working with tribes. Two years ago the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council conferred on him the Blackfeet name Nastoyiistakiimitsi, “Holy Backbone.”
Coffee and treats will be provided.
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