Meet Stacey Pacheco: FIRST female Heavy Equipment Safety Instructor

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region

stacey #sciencewoman Credit: Anne Post/USFWS

You're hearing from Anne Post, chief librarian stationed at the National Conservation Training Center. She is passionate about photography and film, and loves any possible creative opportunity that presents itself. She is really good at bringing order to chaos, i.e., her library hat. This post is coming from Anne Post, chief librarian duty stationed at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, WV and on detail with External Affairs in Hadley. She is passionate about photography and film, and loves any possible creative opportunity that presents itself. She is really good at bringing order to chaos ie. her library hat.

Shout out to Silvio O. Conte National Wildlife Refuge’s Administrative Officer Stacey Pacheco who recently received her certification as a Heavy Equipment Safety Instructor. Stacey is the FIRST female in the Service to have achieved this certification and she will go a long way to support the science in the field with her behind-the-scene’s hard-driving work and devotion!

Stacey came with a Class A commercial driver’s license and a truck driving career when she started to work as office assistant in the Northeast regional office in April 1989.

“I started…

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