NWF Experts and Speakers Bureau
National Wildlife Federation’s conservation work is focused in three major areas: confronting global warming; connecting people with nature by getting them outside; and safeguarding wildlife and restoring wildlife habitat. The organization has numerous experts in each of these areas who welcome the opportunity to share their knowledge and expertise through speaking engagements.
If any of these individuals could make a contribution as a speaker at one of your upcoming meetings/conferences/workshops please contact Mindy Means at email@example.com.
Collin O'Mara - President and Chief Executive Officer - Collin joined National Wildlife Federation as President and CEO on July 7, 2014. He comes to NWF from the state government of Delaware where he led the Deleware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control since 2009.
Kevin Coyle - Vice President, Education - Kevin has committed 35 years to advancing America’s environmental education. An expert on “nature deficit” Kevin oversees NWF’s connecting people with nature programs and guides the organization’s policy work to get “No Child Left Inside” legislation passed in Congress and in state legislatures.
Jim Lyon -Vice President, Conservation Policy - With over 30 years working in the conservation community, Jim is instrumental in developing and implementing strategies and activities that help NWF achieve its national conservation policy goals. As an expert in conservation policy, Jim represents NWF’s interests with national policy makers, elected officials, the media, and other public arenas.
Doug Inkley, Ph.D - Senior Scientist - A certified wildlife biologist by training with expertise in ecology and wildlife management, Dr. Inkley is one of the country’s leading experts on the impact of global warming on wildlife and wildlife habitat. He was the lead author of the 2004 report Global Climate Change and Wildlife in North America published by The Wildlife Society.
David Mizejewski - Media Spokesperson and Naturalist - As NWF’s Media Spokesperson and Naturalist, Dave focuses on teaching the American public how to help wildlife and connect with nature in their own backyard. He was host and co-producer of the Animal Planet’s TV series Backyard Habitat, and has made appearances on gardening TV and radio shows including NBC’s Today Show and the Martha Stewart Show. Dave is author of Attracting Birds, Butterflies and Other Backyard Wildlife and NWF’s Wildlife and Weather newsletter.
Barbara Bramble - Senior Program Advisor, International Affairs - A long time participant in international conservation issues, Barbara works with the United Nations on the REDD program, a mechanism for compensating countries for reducing emissions from deforestation and degradation.
Danielle Brigida - Senior Manager of Social Strategy and Integration - Danielle actively engages a wide range of constituents using a mixture of online tools and social networking sites. By tracking emerging trends and measuring impact, she consistently finds the most effective ways to drive traffic to NWF's campaigns.
Regional Executive Directors
Andy Buchsbaum - Executive Director of the Great Lakes Regional Center (Ann Arbor, MI)
Curtis Fischer - Executive Director of Northeast Regional Center (Montpelier, VT)
Susan Kaderka - Executive Director of the South Central Regional Center (Austin, TX)
Tom France - Executive Director of the Northern Rockies Regional Center (Missoula, MT)
Beth Pratt - Executive Director of the California Regional Center
Hillary Harp Falk - Executive Director of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center (Annapolis, MD)