Eileen Solange Rodriguez

Walker Communications Fellow

The Walker Communication Fellows program is an innovative vehicle for Audubon to learn how to elevate young voices to cultivate a more diverse, urban constituency. The project offers fellows leadership training and opportunities, while Audubon learns from them how to connect better with them and their peers. Using social media and other digital assets, the fellows engage audiences with diverse perspectives and backgrounds through campaigns and stories. Their stories focus on topics such as how personal action leads to collective action and how environmental justice is everyone’s concern. With the help of these fellows and their insights, we believe Audubon can play a leading role in building a conservation movement that is relevant, inclusive, and user-driven.

Articles by Eileen Solange Rodriguez

In Harlem's Jacob Schiff Park, Four New Birds Join the Audubon Mural Project
August 31, 2018 — Twenty-six youth apprentices painted the murals of climate-threatened birds on the walls of a local playground.
After 27 Years of Service, a Veteran Is Using Her Training for Conservation
August 30, 2018 — Mary Abrams joined Audubon's Climate Ambassador program to serve and protect habitats like the ones where she grew up.
Audubon Alaska Receives a Coast Guard Public Service Commendation
July 24, 2018 — Using its mapping and ecological expertise, Audubon developed environmentally safe ship-routing measures through vital bird habitat.
Audubon Spotlight: Sanaa Green Brings Detroit’s Communities Closer to Nature
July 20, 2018 — A bold mid-life career change led this Wild Indigo Fellow to a new and meaningful path working in environmental justice.
Wild Indigo, Which Connects Kids With Nature, Launches in Detroit
June 28, 2018 — Branching out from Chicago's South Side, Audubon Great Lakes' outdoor-education program lands in Motor City.