We have the privilege of working with some amazing individuals from all over the world who help in data collection, coding, and analysis, consulting on specific topics in the equine field, and partnering on educational and outreach content. This page is dedicated to them and the hard work they do to help make Equine I
Linda Gibertini is undertaking a graduate program in Equine Science at the University of Edinburgh. During her bachelor's degree in Natural Sciences, she conducted an experimental thesis on numerical discrimination abilities in domestic horses. She is passionate about understanding equine behavior, especially starting from observation in the wild. In the future, she aspires to contribute to the expanding knowledge on equine ethology and conservation of wild horses, all the while helping bringing humans and horses together in the most ethical, respectful way possible.
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Katee Stanley received her masters in Animal Science and Behavior from Unity College, where she met Dr. Kieson. From there, she's been assisting in Equine International’s research as well as running a drop-in pet care business, and being a mom to her 10-month-old son, Lincoln. In the future, she hopes to pursue veterinary school.