This position designs and leads the implementation of projects that develop empathy for animals and humans as a way to advance wildlife conservation outcomes. These initiatives seek to engage and empower zoo audiences to save wildlife and habitat; build strong community collaborations to advance the zoo’s strategic goals; advance the creation of a network of zoos and aquariums that use empathy for animals as a way to create conservation opportunities; and develop measures of success for these programs. This position helps shape the research, implementation, evaluation and networking agenda at the intersection of animal welfare, perceptions of welfare and empathy; designs and implements studies that deepen and enhance free-choice learning; creates strategic community collaborations and pa

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