国家野生动物联合会 has been on a journey to become a more equitable and just organization. Join hosts Kaila Drayton and Nicole Litwiller as they interview staff from across the Federation to hear their vulnerable, 有趣的, and insightful reflections about this journey.
This is a podcast for anyone who wants to invest in their own anti-oppression journey. Whether you’re striving to create change at your own organization, 或者你是一个自主创业的艺术家, we all have the capacity to influence our own spheres. This podcast will help plant seeds and bring us all along on the journey together.
While this podcast aims to tell an honest story of where the 全国野生动物联合会 has been and where it is going, it is important to note that the guests and hosts of this podcast are sharing from their own personal experiences. Lived experiences are a form of truth, and many stories exist. 因此, views expressed on this podcast are those of the hosts and individual guests and do not necessarily reflect those of NWF, or of other organizations and affiliates.
下一集: 你的梦想是什么NWF? / 2022年11月23日
Our own personal equity journeys are essential in this work. This episode will feature storytelling from Lisa Moore and Zach Cockrum, folks who have spent time self-reflecting on their journeys with accountability, 疗愈, 和修复.
故事是强大的. Narratives shape the world around us, which is why it is crucial that we approach storytelling equitably. 在本节课中, we’ll speak with Lisa Moore and Andrea Auguiste to learn about the National Wildlife Magazine’s journey as they strive to become more equitable storytellers and how that impacts philanthropic efforts.
Prioritizing wellness is one significant way that the 全国野生动物联合会 has been approaching equity work. 在本节课中, we’ll explore the ways that NWF has been prioritizing employee wellbeing and consider the steps that still need to be taken with guests Hillary Fenrich, 蒂芙尼·琼斯(凯莉), 娜塔莉·科恩.
The Employee Resource Group program has been an impactful addition to the structure of the 全国野生动物联合会. This episode will feature reflections from a few ERG members on the ways that ERGs have impacted their NWF experiences.
子公司, Programs, 合作伙伴, oh my! This episode will dig into some of the structures of NWF, namely affiliates and HECHO (Hispanics Enjoying Camping, 狩猎, 和户外活动). Join guests Juliet Slutzker and Camilla Simon as we explore how these different parts of NWF are approaching equity and justice and learn how it’s all connected.
What really pushed us to finally take equity and justice seriously at the 全国野生动物联合会? 听两个人说, Chanté科尔曼和莱斯·威尔士, who dedicated time and energy to this work in its earlier stages, along with their reflections on where things are now.
Then and Now: From Founding to Present
Our journey continues by zooming in on the 全国野生动物联合会. We’re looking at the founding of NWF, and considering what elements of the founding culture remain present today.
It’s our first interview of the season! To settle us into the context of the 全国野生动物联合会, we must understand the broader movement. 在本节课中, we chat with Rebeca Villegas (Sr. 经理, 环境正义) and Nizhooni St Paul (Hurd) (Coordinator Tribal Program Partner) about the complex history of the conservation movement with particular attention to the “who.”
认识你的合作主持人, Kaila Drayton and Nicole Litwiller, and get the lay of the land for this season of Seeds of Culture Change!
Introducing Seeds of Culture Change! Check out the trailer to learn what we will be diving into throughout this podcast.
Take the 清洁地球挑战 and help make the planet a happier, healthier place.了解博彩圈首页
Promoting more-inclusive outdoor experiences for all阅读博彩圈首页
A groundbreaking bipartisan bill aims to address the looming wildlife crisis before it's too late, 同时创造急需的就业机会.阅读博彩圈首页
超过三分之一的美国人.S. fish and wildlife species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades. We're on the ground in seven regions across the country, collaborating with 52 state and territory affiliates to reverse the crisis and ensure wildlife thrive.