Elizabeth Kingwill has lived and worked in Jackson for the past thirty-six years. She majored in American Studies and Geology as an undergraduate, and has two Masters’ degrees, one in Environmental Education and Natural Resources and another in Psychology, Counseling and Guidance. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Wyoming and is in private practice. She has always enjoyed science and natural history, especially geology. She was able to provide the initial contacts with the University of Michigan’s Camp Davis staff, which led to talks to the GofJH and an opportunity for its members to visit the Camp in 2011. She also serves on the website committee.
Elizabeth has greatly enjoyed being a part of Geologists of Jackson Hole. She has served on the Board since 2014; she currently does the videos of the lectures that we offer twice a month at the Teton County Library and posts them on YouTube. She has captured, edited, organized and posted over 150 videos of these presentations.