Coralie is a Senior Natural Resources Specialist working for Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southwest. Her father was in the Navy and she was born at the Naval Hospital on Port Hueneme. Being a Navy child she lived a little bit of everywhere but only for two to three years before going to college in San Diego at the University of California, San Diego. Her first professional job was at Naval Air Station Miramar as a Biological Aide, Natural Resources Specialist, and Botanist. During those seven years, the installation won the Secretary of the Navy Installation award for Natural Resources Conservation Award in recognition of outstanding achievements (1991, 1994 and 1996) and Coralie was the recipient of the 1994 Secretary of the Navy, Natural Resources Conservation Individual Award. She moved to Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southwest in 1996 to work as the biologist overseeing the avoidance, minimization and mitigation measures related to the $350 million dollar realignment of NAS Miramar to MCAS Miramar. Most recently she worked on a 10 month detail to NAVFAC Pacific and was the lead biologist for the Section 7 consultation for the relocation of Marines from Okinawa to Guam and Tinian. When not working, Coralie enjoys spending time with her husband (Jess) and two boys (Ethan and Bennett) enjoying the great outdoors in Colorado.