The New York Times Profiles David Yarnold: How Audubon Society's Chief Took Wing from Journalism

"I decided that I could roll with [change] or be crushed by it, and I learned to roll with it."

David Yarnold in Garden, Shirtsleeves
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Published: Jul 1, 2013
NEW YORK - 
National Audubon Society President and CEO David Yarnold is profiled in Patricia R. Olsen's "The Boss" column in The New York Times:

"I was born in California, but I moved every year that I was in grammar school. My father was a sales manager for Paper Mate, and it moved him around. I lived in several states, and the experience shaped me: change became normal and inevitable. I decided that I could roll with it or be crushed by it, and I learned to roll with it."

Continue reading about David's history of innovation and how he made the switch from journalism to heading up Audubon: How Audubon Society's Chief Took Wing From Journalism.

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