Stefanie Kroll

Project Science Director

Project roles: Design a monitoring plan that provides information on project conditions and contributes to research around the initiative; provide outreach to cluster group organizations to interconnect their monitoring with ANS’.


Stefanie Kroll has a PhD in ecology from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, NY. She obtained a master’s-equivalent at the University of Castilla-La Mancha in Albacete, Spain, after working in interpretation and translation and teaching English for several years. Her focus on aquatic ecosystems is not surprising given that she grew up spending summers fishing and canoeing in the lakes and streams of New York State and surrounding areas. She volunteers with the Raritan Headwaters Association and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeastern Pennsylvania and works with ANS’ Women In Natural Sciences program. Previous work includes forest inventory, program support for a nonprofit environmental organization, community assessment of Onondaga Lake, and stream surveys throughout Spain.