133 Aviation Blvd., Suite 109
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
With a Master of Science in Biology from Sonoma State Univeristy (SSU) and undergraduate degrees from UC Berkeley in Integrative Biology and Theater, Kerry values the role each side of our brains plays in helping the environment and community. She has worked with various environmental organizations as a researcher, educator, developer, and naturalist. She is a passionate communicator, presenting research at international conferences and in scientific journals, and working with the media. She also serves full-time as Outreach & Communications Lead for SSU's Center for Environmental Inquiry, Advisor to the North Bay Science Discovery Day, and Secretary for California Native Plant Society’s Milo Baker Chapter.
- Wininger, Kerry; Wojcik, Vicki; Halle, Chris (In Press). A comparison of pollinator communities in ROWs and unmanaged lands: understanding habitat opportunities in California ROWs. Proceedings of Environmental Concerns in Rights-of-Way Management 12th International Symposium.
- Wininger, Kerry; Rank, Nathan (2017). Evolutionary dynamics of interactions between plants and their enemies: comparison of herbivorous insects and pathogens. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1408:1, 46-60. November 10. https://doi.org/10.1111/nyas.13541
- Wininger, Kerry; Rank, Nathan (2019). Role of Herbivorous Insects on California Bay Laurel in Sudden Oak Death Disease Dynamics. Seventh Sudden Oak Death Science and Management Symposium: Healthy Plants in a World with Phytophthora. San Francisco. June 26.
- Wininger, Kerry (2019). Spread the Word, not the Disease! Sudden Oak Death Outreach and the UC Master Gardener Program of Sonoma County SOD Specialists. Seventh Sudden Oak Death Science and Management Symposium: Healthy Plants in a World with Phytophthora. San Francisco. June 26.