Women Visionaries

Women for Wildlife visionaries are the heroines of today's wildlife world a collection of women who stand up for what they believe in, even in the face of adversity. These are extraordinary women worldwide who contribute to the protection and conservation of wildlife and work tirelessly to create a better world. Together, we support their efforts, amplify their voices and share their stories. 

Through numberous nominations from around the world, these 
35 esteemed women are our founding visionaries, representing 17 different countries. What makes them truly shine is that they approach conservation with authenticity, courage and vision. 

As wildlife biologists, photographers, indigenous leaders, filmmakers, tourism operators, business owners, youth leaders, conservation scientists, artists, activists, adventurers and explorers, they create a collective and powerful voice for nature.

 

Women for Wildlife visionaries are women who follow their hearts and inspire those around them with sheer determination, strength, compassion and passion. Click on the below images to meet our visionaries and learn more about their projects.

 

Please stay tuned to find out how you can nominate a wildlife visionary for Women for Wildlife!

 

 

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Women for Wildlife is a fiscally sponsored project of Earth Island Institute (EII), a 501(c)(3) organization. EII has received the highest rating from Charity Navigator — America’s largest independent evaluator of non-profit organizations.

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Kate Brown, New Zealand

Kate Brown, New Zealand Global Island Partnership (GLISPA) Conservation Policy Specialist http://www.glispa.org/

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