Sanjeev Kumar

Technologist, Entrepreneur, Investor Palo Alto, California

Kelly Cerialo

Kelly Cerialo joined CLLC in 2023 as the US Biosphere Network (USBN) Coordinator, a fiscally sponsored project of the Center. In her role as USBN Coordinator, Kelly supports the 28 US Biosphere Regions and the USBN Steering Committee to build capacity across the network and to achieve the mission of the USBN – to improve

Megan Webb

As Foundation & Grants Manager, Megan works to raise awareness and funds for the Center. She is an advocate for preserving wild landscapes and protecting wildlife populations through science-based strategies. Megan is passionate about connecting organizations with enthusiastic supporters who are eager to make a difference in their community and across the globe, believing that

Jason Hoffs

Film/Television Producer Laguna Beach, California

Diego Juffe Bignoli

Senior Spatial Planning Advisor Biodiversity Decisions IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas IUCN Commission on Ecosystem Management Durrel Institute for Conservation and Ecology (DICE), University of Kent Galicia, Spain

Emma Spence

Emma Spence Conservation Research Advisor Wildlife Corridor’s Gene Flow Study Ithaca, New York

Jamie Faselt

As the Conservation Science Specialist, Jamie provides technical and logistical support to spatial and social science projects for the Center and partners. She also helps produce educational and outreach materials with a focus on connectivity science.   Jamie has experience in connectivity modeling and ecological research, as well as social science approaches. For her master’s

Marcelo DoRio

Entrepreneur, Investor, Philanthropist  Menlo Park, California

Katie Deuel

Katie Deuel joined CLLC in 2022 as Senior Director of Conservation, working across our diverse programs to ensure they are strategic, effective, inclusive, connected and supported.  She has been a leader in biodiversity and large landscape conservation, nature-based education, and building sustainable, circular economies, as well as working extensively as a facilitator and mediator in complex

Katherine Somerby

As the Communications and Development Coordinator, Katherine brings an eagerness for connectivity conservation and wildlife protection. Providing broad support to the Center’s Communications and Development departments, Katherine concentrates on digital marketing, writing, facilitating donor fundraising, and supporting public and private grant development. Prior to The Center, Katherine attended the University of St Andrews in Scotland

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