Carolyn Waldron is Midwest Director of the Land Trust Alliance, leading programs that serve 170 community-based land trusts in a 13-state region. She has 30 years of experience in natural resources conservation and advocacy. Carolyn has led projects to conserve large ecosystems from the Florida Everglades and Okefenokee ecosystem to the Hoosier National Forest and Oregon sea. Previously, Carolyn directed the Environmental Law Program and served as an adjunct professor at Indiana University, and, while there, worked with the state land trust community to develop a conservation funding campaign. As a vice president with National Wildlife Federation, she led its national wetlands conservation policy program and southeast region. At ICF Incorporated, she managed U.S. EPA projects to involve the public in addressing environmental challenges. Carolyn holds an MPA in environmental policy and policy analysis and a BA in environmental studies and fine arts from Indiana University.
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- A09. Peb Tiv Thaiv – Fostering Equity Through Conservation with Local Partners
October 12, 2018
10:30 AM - Noon