Chandni Navalkha is the Program Manager for Land Conservation Programs at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, where she works on projects to advance and accelerate the enduring protection of land and water resources worldwide. Chandni coordinates the activities of the International Land Conservation Network, including the Large Landscape Peer Learning Initiative, which brings together private and civic land conservation practitioners from around the world to share expertise, experience, and inspiration. Prior to joining the Lincoln Institute, Chandni was a fellow with the Sri Lanka Program for Forest Conservation, conducting research on the impacts of conservation on local livelihoods near the Sinharaja World Heritage Site. She has worked for organizations in North America, Latin America, and South Asia supporting urban, peri-urban, and rural communities involved in voluntary land and resource conservation, and earlier in her career worked in change management for private and public sector organizations as a consultant with Accenture. Chandni holds a Master’s in Environmental Science from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and a dual Bachelor of Arts in English and Economics from Cornell University.
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- D10. Land Conservation Around the World: New Opportunities to Teach and Learn
October 07, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM