Caves and karst, my life since 1975. Karen, my life too and wife since 1990. Caver, hydrogeologist, NCKRI chief, and International Union of Speleology President.
Operations Division Director
Lifelong New Mexican who values supporting educational endeavors by utilizing her administrative skills to support research programs, with sustainable and creative solutions.
Assistant Professor of Geobiology, New Mexico Tech
Academic Director NCKRI
Dan has been studying caves and the microbes that make them since 2005. Geomicrobiologist, geochemist, and karst scientist. Assistant Professor of Geobiology at New Mexico Tech.
Cave and Karst Management Science Director
I view life like a never-ending cave—always something different around the next corner, always something new to see and explore, and on occasion a passage brings you right back to where you started from but having learned a great deal.
Lewis has been doing hydrogeology in New Mexico since 2002. Most of his work involves big-picture investigations of karstic aquifers, but he sometimes finds his way into caves and sinkholes.
Education Program Manager
Mary Poppins and Ms. Frizzle are my heroes, so I take chances, make mistakes, and have a never-ending tool bag to solve problems. I also like to trepidatiously go where no one has gone before with an ample supply of gummy bears.
Lisa is adventurous, loves anything water and being outdoors. She values life and the simplicity of life, loves her family and animals deeply. Caretaker, courteous, compassionate, and devoted to all she holds dear.