Annika Keeley

At the Center, Annika provides science leadership and advises on connectivity projects and programs across the organization. She works with the management team to guide the Center’s science strategy. Annika has a broad background in ecology and conservation biology and has focused on ecological connectivity in her studies and work. She has contributed papers on

Kylie Paul

Kylie works at the Center as a road ecologist, advancing the development and implementation of wildlife friendly transportation policies and projects in international, federal, state, tribal, and local contexts. She brings 15 years of diverse science and conservation experience to the Center. She’s worked on road ecology and habitat connectivity since 2005 when she initiated

Amrita Neelakantan

As a Conservation Scientist at the Center, Amrita leads projects across Asia and Africa that assess capacity to reconcile development and conservation goals in some of the most fragile landscapes on the planet – with vulnerable peoples living in and around the last refuges for endangered wildlife. Amrita brings over fifteen years of experience in

Sarah Music

As CLLC’s Development Manager, Sarah oversees the Center’s portfolio of public and private grants from proposal development to close-out.  Drawing on a decade of experience working with growing, mission driven organizations to design and manage their grants management and operational capacities, Sarah focuses on building out the systems and processes that allow program teams to

Rick West

Recent Past President & CEO, Autry Museum of the American West Los Angeles, California

Kat Lyons

As the Conservation Project Coordinator, Kat facilitates the Climate Advisory Group in partnership with the Appalachian Trail Landscape Partnership. With an interdisciplinary background in environmental science and policy, Kat has focused on how conservation practitioners translate science into conservation strategies. She has had the opportunity to work at the local, regional, and national levels with

Barbara Lausche

Conservation Law and Policy Fellow Chair IUCN WCPA-CCSG Marine Connectivity Working Group Director Marine Policy Institute, Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium Sarasota, Florida

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