Birds Tell Us to Act on Climate
Pledge to stand with Audubon to call on elected officials to listen to science and work towards climate solutions.
Chandler Lennon is the Communications Manager for the Atlantic Flyway at the National Audubon Society, based in New York City. Chandler works to tell the story of birds’ incredible migration journeys and Audubon’s conservation initiatives along the Atlantic Flyway, working closely with Audubon’s robust network of experts nationwide and seven state offices on the East Coast.
In this role, Chandler works to raise awareness on the significance of the Delaware River Watershed for birds and people as well as with Audubon’s Climate Initiative to advance effective climate solutions across the country. Chandler led the national, network-wide communications and public relations strategies to announce Audubon’s latest climate report, Survival by Degrees: 389 Bird Species on the Brink, in October 2019.
Chandler joined Audubon in 2018 after more than five years at global and boutique PR agencies in New York City, where he represented industry-leading global brands and specialized in national media relations. Growing up in Virginia on the Chesapeake Bay and earning his Bachelor’s degree in public relations from the University of Tennessee, he is a Southerner at heart, who managed to find his way to New York City. His spark bird is the Brown Pelican but other favorites include the Piping Plover, Belted Kingfisher and Painted Bunting.
To reach Chandler, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-979-3063.