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Jenny Brown a woman in glasses laughing outside © Melody Charlie

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Jenny Brown

Director of Conservation Programs

Canada

Biography

Jenny Brown, Director of Conservation, has led science and conservation programs starting with The Nature Conservancy in 1997 as a research and monitoring coordinator at Sycan Marsh in Oregon. She led the science program in Minnesota before joining the Canada program in 2008 as the community program lead for the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia. She now leads the Nature United conservation team in three key regions: Great Bear Rainforest, Northwest Territories and the Boreal Forest.

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