Cindy’s primary responsibilities are to manage annual visits to the Conservancy’s protected properties, ensuring the conservation goals of the agreements are upheld, and to communicate with landowners about environmental questions and inquiries related to their conservation easement. She also coordinates the Conservancy’s grants and funding opportunities. Previously, Cindy worked as a research specialist at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, a field research assistant at La Suerte Biological Field Station in Costa Rica, and as a naturalist for The Great Basin Institute in Reno. She also contributed to multiple conservation research studies throughout her education in Pennsylvania and Alabama. Cindy has a bachelor of science in biology from Ursinus College and a master of science in geography from The University of Alabama.
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- F04. Growing Together: Creating Collaborative Women-Centered Programming NEW SESSION
October 13, 2018
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM