Sarah Pacyna oversees the Audubon Mississippi Coastal Bird Stewardship Program, a program she initiated on behalf of National Audubon Society in 2014. With significant experience in conservation strategy, program development, and management as well as practical boots-on-the-ground capabilities, she has shaped Audubon’s coastal work into a comprehensive conservation and research program.  She studied at Fordham University and Columbia University. Prior to Audubon, she worked for the Wildlife Conservation Society managing multiple programs addressing threats to large and complex seascapes as well as long-distant ocean migrants all over the globe.

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