Kristin has a B.A. in Earth Science from Dartmouth College and an M.S. in Soil Chemistry and Environmental Microbiology from Stanford University. After finishing her degree, she taught in the Environmental Engineering Department at Stanford for several years. Kristin currently teaches science at the Jackson Hole Community School. Kristin has served on numerous boards and committees including Protect Our Water Jackson Hole, Jackson Hole Public Art, Sporting Lead Free, and the Animals, Conservation and Wildlife Grants Committee for the Jackson Hole Community Foundation. Kristin lives in Jackson with her husband, two children, two goldfish, a horse, and a dog.