Hanna Joergens

Hanna Joergens earned her bachelor’s degree in Outdoor Recreation and Resource Management upon graduation from Indiana University Bloomington in 2011.

To gain valuable job experience she has worked as a biological science intern with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on several National Wildlife Refuge properties, an environmental education intern with the National Park Service at Big Cypress Preserve, and as a naturalist aide to the fisheries research program within the Indiana Division of Fish and Wildlife. In 2014, Hanna relocated to Lee County for a biological science internship on Sanibel Island with J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge and found her niche in southwest Florida. She joined the Conservation 20/20 Program as a Land Stewardship Coordinator in October 2015. Some of her responsibilities include writing Land Management Plans, implementing land management endeavors, performing exotic invasive plant control, and conducting prescribed burns on assigned 20/20 preserves.


Land Stewardship Coordinator
Parks & Recreation/Conservation 20/20
3410 Palm Beach Blvd.
Fort Myers, FL 33916
(239) 707-3325
Email