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About Susan Winslow
I work for Conservation Nation we are a new non-profit that relaunched in late 2021 after a long, prior history of being Friends of the National Zoo in Washington, DC.
I head up the marketing and communications along with running the grants program. Our focus is helping to make the conservation field accessible to a broader group of people and amplify those voices through our grants, education and outreach programs. My background is in program management, marketing and communications but my passion has always been in conservation and I've had the opportunity to volunteer for several conservation organizations. My two parallel paths have intersected with my role at Conservation Nation.
Which category below best describes the type of organisation you currently work for/or run?
Areas of expertise
Would you be willing to be approached and share your lessons learned in your area(s) of expertise with our community?
This is fantastic! Congratulations on such a great achievement and also on making it so visually appealing and easy to understand. I'd be happy to share it!
I love this, so inspiring. Thanks to both of you for a great piece.
Hi Susan, a warm welcome to WildHub! We also offer a private room feature, to host a closed space for existing networks/grantee communities to connect and share stories, experiences, opportunities to collaborate, as well as showcase their work. If this would become of interest to you and your organisation, feel free to reach out. Current (grantee) communities we host include Whitley Fund for Nature, CoalitionWILD, Conservation Network of Optimists Worldwide, and many more.
Thanks very much, Thirza. That's great to know!
Thank you for your introduction. I've never heard of Conservation Nation, I just signed up for the newsletter.
I have seen that you are working on different projects, great work! looking forward to hearing more about the organization and the work you do. See you in the groups!
Thanks so much for the warm welcome!