Nicole Bull, born in Upton, Kentucky, has spent her entire life enjoying the outdoor beauty of the Bluegrass state. She currently works for the US Forest Service at Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area as a public affairs specialist. Nicole has also worked for the National Park Service at Mammoth Cave National Park and San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Nicole has a Political Science degree with a minor in broadcasting and geology from Western Kentucky University; she also recently finished a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Louisville. Nicole is very passionate about the outdoors, she has been taking her two year old son Teddy hiking since he was just a few weeks old. Mammoth Cave National Park and Land Between The Lakes are two of their favorite places to enjoy nature. When Nicole isn’t working or hanging out with her son she volunteers with the Cave Research Foundation to help survey and explore Mammoth Cave, the longest cave in the world!