M.A. Journalism, Northwestern University B.A. Journalism, University of Wisconsin-Madison
If you are a reporter/editor/producer, you can reach Lindsay at firstname.lastname@example.org. As Re:wild communications director, Lindsay Renick Mayer helps Re:wild and partners tell their stories of adventure and conservation action through a number of communications channels, including digital and earned media. Lindsay is passionate about species-based conservation and finding compelling ways to tell stories that demonstrate the value of all of the planet’s critters, big and microscopic. Lindsay has worked as a communications specialist for the Smithsonian’s National Zoo with a focus on the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute and Panama Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Project. She was also an associate director of marketing for The Nature Conservancy’s Maryland/DC and Virginia chapters and worked as a science writer/co-op student for NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Lindsay is also an editor and writer for the Amphibian Survival Alliance’s FrogLog.
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