Fennemore Craig's Dawn Meidinger Named to the Board of Trustees of the Phoenix Zoo
By: Fennemore Craig
PHOENIX - Oct. 31, 2019 - PRLog -- Fennemore Craig, a leading law firm in the Mountain West, announced that Dawn Meidinger, Chair of the Natural Resource, Energy and Environmental Law practice group was recently named to the Board of Trustees of the Phoenix Zoo.
"The Phoenix Zoo is doing incredible work to support native species conservation across the state. Through my work at Fennemore Craig and in my new board role, I have the opportunity to work closely at the intersection of conservation and resource development and am able to educate people about how these things can coexist," commented Meidinger. "I'm really excited to join the Board of Trustees of this remarkable organization and help carry out the mission of the zoo."
Founded in 1962, the Phoenix Zoo welcomes 1.3 million guests annually to experience the 3,000+ animals – including many endangered or threatened species – that call the zoo home.
About Fennemore Craig:
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Terence J. Murnin