Pam Aishlin holds a MS in Hydrologic Sciences and a MS in Earth Science Education from Boise State University, where she works as a Research Assistant for Hydrologic Sciences. Pam serves as a lead volunteer facilitating the startup of the TAHMO S2S program by engaging students, teachers and administrators to establish weather station sister schools. At BSU, Pam installs, repairs and maintains remote hydrometeorological stations, as well as providing data telemetry, data management, data analysis, publication and cyberinfrastructure development. Her research foci include groundwater recharge estimation and streamflow generation relative to inter-annual climate variability in arid landscapes. Pam’s international experiences include learning French and delving into cross-cultural immersion in Mauritius.