Dr. Carrie Roever is the data management specialist. She helps to collect, maintain, and share SHP’s data in a secure, efficient, and cost effect manner. Data is at the foundation of our farmer-led, farmer-focused mission, allowing us to make connections across our network about soil health best practices.
Dr. Roever completed her bachelor’s degree at Indiana State University, her master’s degree at University of Alberta and her doctorate at University of Pretoria. Her degrees are in wildlife biology, focusing on habitat selection.
After her doctorate, she studied cattle movement across the landscape during drought at Oregon State University. Then Dr. Roever accepted a Data Manager position at the University of Idaho through a grant with EPSCoR, where she helped to train and educate researchers on how to manage data and ensure compliance with state and federal laws.
Dr. Roever grew up in the St. Louis area and now resides in Moscow, Idaho with her husband and their daughter. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, traveling, camping and photography.