The DDCSP Alumni Council is a group of 8 alumni who will serve in leadership and coordinating positions to advance the ideas and projects that emerge from the DDCSP Alumni community.
Welcome to the 2022 Alumni Council Voting Page! Voting has closed. You can still view the candidates below.
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Lowland Streaked Tenrec
- Join campaigns and coalitions that address emerging issues like climate anxiety
- Create new programming
- Environmentalists of Color Network
- We need the original Sauce
- The power of friendship always wins
- I know we're all lonely, so we should definitely talk more
- Variety is the spice of life
- Intersectional conservation perspective
- Increasing accessibility to field and conservation jobs
- Strengthening DDCSP community
- Aspire to be someone people feel reaching out to
- Facilitator to network or share ideas
- Help coordinate activities for growth and unwind
- I look forward to learning from everyone
- Bringing in some organized chaos
- have been organizing for the past few years and that has influenced a lot of life perspectives
- looking to decolonize our world and spaces
- excited to bring new ideas and create more community spaces
- prioritizing BIPOC & queer spaces
- DDCSP = community
- More collective radical visioning spaces!
- Facilitation experience with visioning
- Let’s find out together what future WE want!
- We are building our joy & dismantling oppressive systems :)
Golden Tortoise Beetle
- Connecting alumni to opportunities through a DDCSP job board
- Support each other with conversations and advice about career development, interview preparation, compensation negotiation strategies, grad school etc.
- Talks/Q&As with leaders that are working on conservation in diverse ways (private sector solutions, NGOs, academia)
- Connecting current scholars to the alumni network to broaden their opportunities for the second summer internships
- Working together to enhance how each of us can contribute to conservation