Podcast | Career changing moments

Could a single moment change the entire course of your conservation career?

At Conservation Careers, we often talk about what steps to take for a successful career helping wildlife. In this episode we switch things up and reflect back on pivotal moments that changed our careers for the better.

Joining our host Dr Nick Askew is Head of Community, Dr Fernando Mateos-González – or Nando he’s often known – and Head of Engagement Kristi Foster, who together have nearly 50 years’ experience working in the conservation sector.

Together we explore how different decisions, opportunities and even chance events – including seemingly disastrous ones! – helped us get to where we are today.

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