Anna Urso


Blue Accounting Coastal Wetlands Technician

Prior to joining the Nature Conservancy in 2018, Anna was a member of NASA's High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) team based out of the University of Arizona in Tucson. In her role as a planetary geology research technician, she studied migrating sand dunes, potential mission landing sites and contemporary liquid water on Mars. When she wasn't analyzing images of Mars, Anna was tracking the endangered Sonoran pronghorn with members of the university's wildlife department. Anna holds bachelor's degrees in environmental geoscience and music from DePauw University, where she a member of DePauw's first graduating class of the Environmental Fellows Program. She is currently pursuing a Master of Music degree in viola performance from the University of Arizona.

Contact: Anna Urso | 517.316.2217