My career has spanned 27 years in small business and nonprofit development, a period whereas I also developed a successful online science education company that has served more than 40,000 science teachers worldwide since 1996. My career includes the development of micro-enterprise and humanitarian project development in developing countries, management experience in major and planned gifts, public relations, marketing, strategic planning, media development, social media and community building. During this time, I was executive producer of The Great Wolf Divide and The Great Predator Debate, films developed to bring attention to the plight of apex carnivores.
As the former Chairperson for an international education & business development foundation, my work has taken me across the US, Mexico, Ukraine, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, and the Arab Emirates. Each of these experiences has produced a distinctly entrepreneurial approach to my work with a conscious desire to identify and esteem others onto this path. I have a distinct vision for franchise giving--the process of helping individuals achieve success for the benefit of others and the projects dear to us.
The conservation of wolves and the education about their iconic role in the wilderness is a matter of stewardship and relationship building toward better outcomes.