Elizabeth Ng is a quantitative ecologist with over 9 years of experience in fisheries science, natural resource management, and applied statistics. Elizabeth combines technical knowledge with field experience throughout the Pacific Northwest to deliver creative, data-driven solutions to complex environmental problems. Her skills include study design, stochastic and mathematical modeling, and simulation testing, which she has applied to understand fish population dynamics, effects of nonnative species, trophic interactions, and habitat use. She has worked with a variety of state, federal, and tribal partners and strives to support managers by providing clear insight from complex environmental data sets.
Elizabeth is a Ph.D. candidate in Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management at the University of Washington and earned dual Master of Science degrees from the University of Idaho in Statistical Science and Natural Resources. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Pomona College. Based out of Wenatchee, she enjoys mountaineering, rock climbing, and backcountry skiing. Elizabeth is committed to making outdoor education accessible to all and volunteers with The Mountaineers alpine climbing and avalanche education programs.