Ms. Wildman is a practicing engineer that established and runs the NE Regional Office for Princeton. Her expertise and passion, centers on the restoration of rivers through the reestablishment of natural functions and aquatic connectivity. She is considered one of the foremost national U.S. experts on barrier removal, regularly lecturing, instructing, and publishing on this topic; including assisting with the instruction of courses for the University of Wisconsin and Yale. She is currently pursuing her PhD at the University of Southampton, in England, focusing on international decision making relating to the removal of dams. She has been involved in hundreds of river restoration, barrier removal, and fish passage projects throughout the U.S.; working on all aspects of the projects from inception through design and construction. Ms. Wildman received her bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from UVM and her Master of Environmental Management from Yale.