Taking care of your mental health as a conservationist with Brittany Sawrey-Coulson

Brittany Sawrey-Coulson is a conservationist and mental health therapist in a private practice in Arizona, USA. During her first career she was immersed in her passion for wildlife ecology and zookeeping, before she recognised her passion for… people! Brittany now spends her professional life sitting one-on-one with people working through trauma and life transition –

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Promoting diversity, equality and inclusion in wildlife conservation with Lauren Pharr

Lauren Pharr is an avian ecologist, science communicator, PhD candidate and passionate advocate for diversity, equality and inclusion in the wildlife conservation and research space. In the world of conservation, promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is crucial for fostering a more inclusive and representative field. Lauren, a passionate advocate for DEI, co-founded Field Inclusive,

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Working in penguin conservation with ecologist and wildlife educator Katie Propp

Katie Propp is an ecologist and wildlife educator, currently working as the Conservation Education Director at Penguins International. With 18 years of experience in the field of wildlife conservation, Katie shares her tips and tricks in delivering effective science communication, as well as her advice for landing your very own dream job with wildlife. Katie’s

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Slow and steady wins the race – social justice through turtle conservation

Jordan is an ecologist, conservation activist, science communicator, and project coordinator for COPROT, Communidad Protectora de Tortugas de Osa, a community-based turtle conservation program on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. Jordan is also the founder of One Planet Conservation Awareness, an online platform supporting conservation organisations with raising awareness and funds for their projects

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Opening up the conservation space with Maria

“It really breaks my heart to think of Pakistan’s wildlife disappearing without people even realizing, so a lot of that feeds into my pursuit of wildlife conservation and wanting to break down barriers, especially for Pakistani women getting involved.” Maria Hashmi, 21 years old, has a huge passion for all things zoology, especially reptiles. This

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