About me

Making a new best friend–a juvenile northern water snake (Nerodia sipedon)–at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center in Edgewater, MD. (Lauren Fuchs, 2018)

Hi! I’m Eva Lorentz. I graduated from George Mason University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology in May 2020. If you’re hiring for education or wildlife management or both, please see my resume and email at the bottom of this page.



I currently work as a teacher for Music Together Alexandria and spent five summers as a staff member at Camp Rim Rock for Girls. I’ve interned at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and worked on research projects with professors at the Northern Virginia Community College and GMU. I particularly enjoy working outside, with animals, with people, and have a special enjoyment for early childhood education.


Lexington poses patiently. I enjoy working with animals of all kinds. (Camp Rim Rock, 2015)

In my free time I enjoy studying tang soo do and playing piano and flute.

I will take any opportunity to practice my side kick. (Nancy Lorentz 2020)

Reach me by email at evalorentz@outlook.com.