Two years ago today, 20-year employee National Park Service employee Sarah Davis became the first female Chief Ranger of Yellowstone National Park in its entire 147-year existence. America’s first national park, Yellowstone is spread across more than two million acres of land featuring waterfalls, geysers, and vast mountain ranges providing some of the country’s most scenic views. An accomplished graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Academy in Quantico, Virginia, Davis has been Natchez Trace Parkway’s Chief Ranger since 2012, with her stellar performance earning her the Southeast Region Excellence Award in 2016.
"I’m excited to join the Yellowstone team, and work together to protect our first national park and its visitors, and ensure the health, safety, and wellness of our employees." —