Becca Cozad

Board of Directors

Becca received her Masters from the University of Georgia for investigating health and disease in translocated gopher tortoises. She is currently a research biologist at Nokuse Plantation, a private conservation preserve in the Florida panhandle, where she primarily works with translocated gopher tortoises and restoring longleaf pine habitat. Becca is also heavily involved with and holds leadership positions in several herp conservation organizations (such as Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC), Southeastern PARC, and Gopher Tortoise Council), where she has focused much of her energy on mentoring programs and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.