B.S. Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, Texas A&M University,M.A. Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology, Columbia University
Lauren Warr specializes in species assessments and community-based conservation initiatives. In her role as a Program Officer for the IUCN SSC Amphibian Red List Authority, Lauren is working alongside Jennifer Luedtke (GWC’s Manager of IUCN Red List Assessments) and Kelsey Neam (GWC’s Program Officer of IUCN Red List Assessments) to assess the global extinction risk of the world’s amphibians. Outside of GWC, Lauren sits on the leadership team for the mentoring program within the Society for Women in Marine Science, and is an avid advocate for science outreach and encouraging women in STEM.
Naylor, L.C. (2017) Gone with the wind: implications of wind development for raptor populations. Applied Biodiversity Science Perspectives Series, 7: 6-12.,Naylor, L. (2016) The good, the bad, and the ugly: how literature can influence conservation efforts. Explorations, 8: 46-49.