Founder, Board President and Executive Director. Suzi Eszterhas is an award-winning wildlife photographer best known for her work documenting newborn animals and family life in the wild.
Board Vice President. Susan McElhinney is the Photography Editor for Ranger Rick magazine with the National Wildlife Federation. She also oversees all the photographic operations for the children’s magazines, books, web and other projects for the NWF Kids publications.
Board Secretary. Rebecca Cliffe is a British zoologist, one of the world’s leading authorities in sloths, and the founder and executive director of the Sloth Conservation Foundation.
Board Treasurer. Jessica Jordan has more than 20 years experience in the nonprofit sector. She currently serves as Associate Vice President of Development at the University of San Francisco, a Jesuit Catholic university.
Staff, Chief Operating Officer. Michelle is the Chief Operating Officer for Girls Who Click and is the Special Projects and Communications Coordinator for Suzi Eszterhas Wildlife Photography.
Advisory Board. Kelly is the Director of Donor Engagement at the Wildlife Conservation Network where she is fortunate to work closely with many conservation heroes from around the world.
Advisory Board. Miriam Stein-Battles has over fifteen years of experience as a conservation photo editor, specializing in nature, wildlife and marine projects.
Advisory Board. Stacy works with Minden Pictures as the Director of Sales. She works with photographers, editors and advertisers to find and license the perfect images.
Advisory Board. Bob Wilson is active in a number of environmental organizations. He is an attorney and retired from the Federal government.
Advisory Board. Gary Kachadurian has over 35 years of real estate experience specializing in land and asset acquisition, construction, development, financing, and management. He is also an avid nature photographer.
Advisory Board. Sebastian Kennerknecht is a conservation photographer focused on wild cats and imperiled species. He has spent over eleven years working with conservation organizations and magazines to increase the awareness for our endangered species.
Volunteer. Communications Partner. Amber Hockeborne is a visual storyteller.
Volunteer. Workshop Admissions Director. Arlene Davis is a retired electronics engineer who worked with public safety radio. She is currently active in several environmental and community organizations.