As an executive director and only staff member of a small land trust in southern Oregon, Dawn Haight currently works with the board to deliver on the mission of the organization. She also leads fundraising, educational programming and restoration efforts. Dawn has deep knowledge about land conservation from her 20+ years of experience at four land conservation organizations. Dawn served on the Board of the Partnership for Gulf Coast Land Conservation and volunteered for the National Trust for Scotland while there on a three-month sabbatical. She was the visionary and Coordinator for the 2014 NYS Land Conservation Summit, was an Advisory Committee member for the development of two NYS Open Space Conservation Plans and served on the Central Pine Barrens Commission on Long Island, NY. She has a master's degree in landscape architecture from the University of Guelph in Ontario, and her undergraduate work at the University of Victoria led to a bachelor's degree with a double major in environmental studies and English.
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- F12: End and Beginning of an Era: Replacing a Founding or Long-Time ED
September 09, 2023
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM