Margaret Wolfe

Assistant Director, Project & Instructional Resources

As the assistant director of project and instructional resources, Margaret Wolfe oversees initiatives to promote educational goals across all Graduate School of Management programs. In collaboration with the senior director, she ensures key objectives, projects, and operational needs are met both within the unit and across all facilities located in Davis, Sacramento, San Ramon and San Francisco. She is well versed in project coordination, teaching facility management and utilizing advanced technologies.

An Aggie alum, Wolfe has worked with UC Davis since 2017. She has strong agricultural ties and has worked on projects spanning across California. Including working with UC Davis Environmental Sciences faculty and students to track and research the wood duck populations found across the central valley. She has also implemented projects for watershed habitat reestablishment in Northern California, restoring and propagating native California trees, shrubs and grasses.

Before joining the GSM team, Wolfe has worked extensively in the private and public sector of livestock and animal care and has always been a teacher and advocate for animal welfare and wildlife preservation.