Jessica Greer is a graduate of Oregon State University with a B.S. in Natural Resources. After completing her bachelors, she spent several years working at seasonal field positions in lovely places such as Oregon, California, Florida, Michigan, and Costa Rica. In 2019, she joined the Graduate Group in Ecology as a Ph.D. student.
Jessica is interested in pollination and avian ecology, with a focus on understanding how land-use and climate change impacts plant-pollinator interactions. Specifically, she plans to study how hummingbirds respond to plant phenology shifts and how best to predict their response to future changes.