Lisa Weinstein, Turner Foundation

TITLE: Program Officer, Safeguarding Habitat

FUNDING AREAS: Animal and wildlife conservation, terrestrial and marine habitat conservation

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PROFILE: Per the Turner Foundation's website, here is Weinstein's bio:

Lisa Weinstein is the Program Officer for the Safeguarding Habitat program. Prior to joining the Turner Foundation, Lisa worked for Georgia’s Department of Natural Resources as an Assistant Chief of Nongame Conservation. She also worked extensively in the environmental education field in both government and the non-profit sectors, as adjunct science faculty at a number of colleges and universities, and is a former president of the Georgia Environmental Education Alliance. Lisa has a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from Michigan State University and a Master of Science degree in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.