Jason Kudulis, Monitoring and Science Coordinator
Jason currently serves as the Monitoring and Science Coordinator where he is responsible for leading the coordination and expansion of the Coastal Volunteer Environmental Monitoring Initiative working through the Community Action Committee (CAC) and coordinating Science Advisory Committee (SAC) recommendations of data needs and gaps to further develop environmental monitoring that informs us about the status and trends of coastal Alabama’s biological condition.
A native of Mobile, Jason grew up in awe of everything life along the coast affords. He holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of South Alabama and a Masters of Science from the University of Alabama. Eager to put his fascination of earth processes to work, Jason ventured out to live in the pristine wilderness of America’s national parks as a ranger for the National Park Service. In early 2015, while managing a remote off-grid field station in the heart of Utah’s red rock country Jason decided it was time to return home to serve the natural resources and communities of coastal Alabama, a place he cares deeply for.