Cody is an Environmental Scientist with CDFW. She has been working on the Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep Recovery Program since 2012. Her duties include data organization, management, and analysis, permitting, and field staff support. She helps to organize community outreach activities, including winter bighorn sheep field trips, summarizes bighorn sheep population surveys, and manages CDFW collar frequencies used in the Eastern Sierra. Before joining the SNBSRP, Cody worked with pikas in the Eastern Sierra and northern California, and studied their relationship with climate change for her Masters work at Cal Poly University. Cody has worked as a wildlife technician with a variety of species, including Olympic marmots, chacma baboons, western gray squirrels, American avocets, giant garter snakes, and gray whales.