Moses Chun works with the National Park Service Stewardship Institute and Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance program in collaboration and engagement programs at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park.
A graduate of the University of California, Merced, Moses earned a Bachelors in Materials Science and Engineering. Moses began his NPS career during this time, participating in the Yosemite Leadership Program where he studied the Social Change Model of Leadership Development and participated in an environmental leadership practicum.
As a student employee at Yosemite, he co-led the Yosemite NPS Centennial Program team working across park programs and collaborating with neighboring communities and park partners. After his time in Yosemite, Moses took part in the New Leaders in Community Conservation Assistance Rigorous Internship with the Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program in Washington DC where he saw the importance of partnerships in conservation daily.
Working with the Stewardship Institute and the RTCA, Moses promotes collaborative leadership and community engagement in public land management and conservation. Moses believes that improving workplace culture and innovation is tied to collaboration and celebrating diversity. He hopes to see a shift in conservation culture towards more creative problem solving in modern land management challenges through leadership development.
Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program
National Park Service