Kyla Bennett

Kyla Bennett’s debut novel is “No Worse Sin (Harvard Square Editions). She received a PhD in Ecology from the University of Connecticut, then attended Lewis and Clark’s Northwestern School of Law, where she obtained a J.D. with a certificate in Natural Resources and Environmental Law. Kyla returned to the east coast in 1989, when she began work at the Boston office of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency doing wetlands permitting and enforcement, and soon became EPA’s Wetlands Enforcement Coordinator for New England. Kyla then worked as Deputy Director of Habitat for the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), and is now Director of New England PEER, working to protect local, state and federal employees who protect the environment.


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