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Audubon International Names New Membership Coordinator
As Membership Coordinator, Tara will provide member services support for all Audubon International programs including managing the organization’
“I am thrilled that Tara has joined our organization,”
Prior to joining Audubon International, Tara served as Association Manager at The Association Development Group in Albany, New York where she managed memberships, donations, communications, and events for five professional trade associations. Tara has also completed internships with the British Embassy’s Climate Change & Energy Team in Washington, DC and with the New York State Governor’s Office Department of Environment.
“I’m so thrilled to be a part of Audubon International’
Tara earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental science from the University at Albany and a master’s degree in global environmental policy from American University in Washington, DC. As part of her degree program, Tara spent a month in the Galapagos Islands documenting the effects of invasive species and development on the area and ways to mitigate these issues moving forward. Tara is a native upstate New Yorker and loves spending her weekends hiking or skiing in the Adirondacks, depending on the season! She also enjoys spending time with her family and dog, Otto, or simply curling up with a great book.
About Audubon International
Audubon International is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) environmental organization that for over 25 years has been using education, recognition, and inspiration to protect and enhance land, water, wildlife, and other natural resources throughout the world.To meet its mission, the organization provides training, services, and a set of award-winning environmental education and certification programs for individuals, organizations, properties, new developments, and entire communities.
For more information, contact Joe Madeira at Audubon International, (518) 767-9051 ext. 105, e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the website at www.auduboninternational.org.