Kristine Herzog is a resident of Coyote Springs. An Arizona native, Kristine was born in Phoenix. After time in Phoenix and Patagonia, her family moved to the White Mountains of Arizona. Her father’s family were some of the first homesteaders in eastern Arizona and her mother taught elementary school in Alpine, Arizona as well as on the Navajo reservation in Ganado. Kristine earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM. After working for a year in Phoenix for Accenture in their computer consulting division, she relocated to Boca Raton, Florida where she worked for Florida Power & Light before helping start a recruiting firm focusing on placements within the computer technology industry. Prior to relocating to Flagstaff, Kristine worked in graduate education at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida while pursuing a master’s degree in Nonprofit Management. Kristine is an avid volunteer and served as a Board member for the Junior League of Boca Raton for several years. Since moving to Flagstaff, she and her husband Brian have been supporters of NAU Athletics, Flagstaff Shelter Services, and ANEW Living, recently joining ANEW Living’s Board of Directors. Kristine has also assisted the Arizona Community Foundation with grant review for the Flagstaff youth services committee. Kristine loves living in Coyote Springs and its association with the Museum of Northern Arizona. She is thrilled to be back in her home state of Arizona and looks forward to many years of involvement with the Museum of Northern Arizona and the Flagstaff community.