Jennifer Palmer

Founder, Women for Wildlife

About Jennifer Palmer

Jennifer Palmer is an impassioned environmental entrepreneur, wildlife biologist, global educator, public speaker, and intrepid lover of nature. She explores the world to find creative solutions to our most pressing conservation conundrums and aims to create a paradigm shift in how we connect to nature and co-exist in harmony. Her work has led her to become a trusted advisor to nonprofits, governments, academic institutions, foundations, film producers and business leaders around the world. As founder of Women for Wildlife, she has inspired an international movement to conserve wildlife, unite women and empower communities. Jennifer's career reflects a unique blend of international travel and wildlife conservation/research in over 45 countries, including regions such as SE Asia, the South Pacific, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, and North America. Through her heartfelt connection to nature, she brings people together with compassion to make a difference in their world.

Which category below best describes the type of organisation you currently work for/or run?

Charity/Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)

Areas of expertise

Species Management Behaviour change campaigns Research Education & training Communication and marketing Partnerships and collaboration development Project/programme management

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Nov 09, 2020

Thank you for your kind words and support, Olivier! I couldn't agree with you more. Please share our website and social media platforms with your female and male colleagues as I believe this is truly about lifting one another up and bringing our collective strengths to the table. I'm also available for zoom calls or virtual speaking engagements, as well as coaching and consulting! Wishing you the best of luck in your work and once again, thank you for taking the time to read the article and share your own reflections!
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