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Podcast: Women in Conservation

Laura-Cuppage-with-a-childrens-conservation-book_Women-in-Conservation-podcastWhat unique challenges do women face in conservation?  

Are self-sabotage and imposter syndrome more common in women, and how can female conservationists gain more support in their careers? 

Today’s episode is something a little bit different  

It’s a recording of a recent webinar by Conservation Careers where we explored the barriers and opportunities for the women, who have dedicated their careers to conserving ‘mother Earth’. 

We’re joined by Kirsty Crawford and Laura Cuppage of & another thing, which is an open and honest platform for discussing conservation issues like these 

The webinar is hosted by our own Kristi Foster, who leads us through really fascinating discussion looking at issues of inequalities and opportunities for women in the conservation movement 

It’s in aspiring and thought-provoking chat … so let’s dive in. 

Enjoy! 

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Check out the full recording to learn:

  • What inequality issues do women in conservation still face?
  • What challenges and opportunities exist for women to balance their careers with family life?
  • How might self-sabotage and imposter syndrome affect women in particular?
  • What opportunities are there for female role modelsleadership and mentorship?

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You can listen and subscribe to the Conservation Careers Podcast on iTunes, Spotify or Stitcher using the following links, or search for ‘conservation careers’ and you’ll find us!

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If you enjoy listening please leave us a rating and review on wherever you get your podcasts, it really helps us to get in front of more people! If you can share with your friends that would also be great. If you’ve got any questions or suggestions for the podcast please tweet them to @ConservCareers. We’d love to hear from you!

Links & Resources

Find more support, safe places for discussion and top tips over on our Women in Conservation Webinar page.

 

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