CHELSEA HOLCOMB MIRANDA completed her PhD in the FLIES Facility in 2019. She received her BS in Entomology from Texas A&M University in 2011 and her MS in Agriculture from Tarleton State University. Her research examined the effects of condensed tannins in manure on green June beetle, Cotinis nitida, development. Her doctoral research focused on ephemeral resource ecology and the interaction between black soldier fly, Hermetia illucens, and house fly, Musca domestica, larvae in manure with a specific focus on nutrient recycling and bioconversion rates. Chelsea is currently working with EVO Conversion Systems, LLC.