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.
A lifelong naturalist, Mary’s philanthropic career has benefited many national and international causes. She has chaired fundraisers for Omaha’s world-class Henry Doorly Zoo, and in 1990 was the first woman to preside over the Nebraska Humane Society. Mary has paid close attention to the plight of creatures both domestic and exotic. She is a long-standing member of the Board of Governors at the Joslyn Art Museum, is a friend of the Alaska Whale Foundation, and the Institute for the Study of War in Washington, D.C. Mary is dedicated to furthering the relationship between humanity and the natural world.