Women in Conservation Leadership Landscape Study

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Women in Conservation Leadership Landscape Study

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🌍📢 Calling all women in conservation! 📢🌍

The Denver Zoological Foundation and Re:wild are conducting vital research to understand how we can better support and strengthen leadership capacity among women in the conservation field worldwide.

Your insights and experiences are invaluable, and we need your help! We're inviting you to participate in a survey that will help shape future leadership development programs. This survey is designed to capture the critical needs and preferences of female conservationists. It takes just 15 minutes to complete and is entirely anonymous.

🔗 https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WVNBXPM 🔗

Your participation is voluntary, but it would mean a great deal to us and the future of women in the conservation sector. By sharing your experiences, you'll be contributing to programs that will benefit many women in the field.

Please feel free to share this survey with other women in your network who are also working in conservation. The more responses we gather, the stronger our understanding, action, and advocacy will be. You can find outreach materials, email, and social media templates in the following folder to help spread the word.

Together, we can amplify our voices and drive meaningful change for women in conservation! For more information or questions, contact us at women.conservation.leadership@gmail.com.

Thank you very much in advance for your time and input! 💚

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Go to the profile of Thirza Loffeld
about 1 month ago

Hi Fátima and Nina, thank you for sharing this important study! @Fátima D. Gigante : where can we find the link to the folder with materials to promote it?

Please share it with our Women Networks in Canterbury and beyond @Leanne Riddoch , @Reaa Chadha , @Irene Romaria Pinondang , @Rosa Deen , @Dominique D'Emille , @Dr Janine Robinson@Holly Harris , @Ruth Thompson , @Natalie (Tally) Yoh , @Shaleen Attre , @Michaela (Micha) Lo , @Sarah Humphrys , @Anna Jemmett , @Annabel Falcon , @Zoe Lieb , @Louise Masters , @Annabel Morales Smith , @Gemma Harding , @Taea Romagnuolo , @Laura Nery Silva ,

 @Lindsey Elliott for the Cambridge group perhaps? And other mentorship schemes that we promote and support - thank you for sharing it with your networks, communities and cohorts @Grace Pounsin @Merlyn Nomusa Nkomo , @Melina Gersberg , @Janet Kavutha , @Jessie Panazzolo , @Sushila Pandit , @Reshu Bashyal , @Xyomara Carretero Pinzon ,

and of course our wonderful Conservation Catalyst Team is welcome to add their voices to this important survey @Fleur Morton , @Taranee , @Temitope Rebecca Adelola @Opeyemi Blessing Oyawale , @Rezoana Arefine , @Marrian Tendai Rwizi , @Muthoni Njuguna , @Mary Malasa , @Adekanle Godslove Damilola , @Anne Mauro 

and our brilliant Community Advocates @Chrissy @Lara Reden , @Eberechi Cecilia Osuagwu, Wildhub Advocate , @Grace Alawa and newest member of the Advocate team: @Amanda Mendonça !

Go to the profile of Rezoana Arefine
about 1 month ago

Dear Fatima,

Have a good day.

I have participated in your survey and filled out the form. I am spreading it in my community. I hope it will work for you. If you require anything more, I am here for you. Keep going on.

Best wishes,