Khanh (Kay) Nguyen

Walker Communications Fellow

Khanh "Kay" Nguyen is a native of Vietnamsomething that she never hesitates to bring up. She graduated from Angelo State University with a Bachelor's degree in Communications. Before joining Audubon as a Walker Communications Fellow,  Kay interned at Defenders of Wildlife. She plans to tell stories that will amplify Audubon's achievements across the network and engage a younger and more diverse group of conservationists in the environmental movement. She also hopes to bring the lessons learned at Audubon back home to influence a new generation of Vietnamese people that are environmentally-sound and proactive. In her free time she enjoys cooking, watching Disney shows and movies, and connecting with animals and nature. Kay's favorite bird is the penguin!

Articles by Khanh (Kay) Nguyen

Want to Make the Outdoors for Everyone? We Have Tips on How to Do That.
September 21, 2020 — Audubon nature center staffers from across the country share advice on how to make birding more inclusive to non-English speaking communities.
Which Great Lakes Wetlands Do Birds Need Most? Audubon Scientists Find Out
September 15, 2020 — The research on identifying critical Great Lakes coastal wetlands will help put conservation efforts where they’re most needed.
Youth Environmental Activists Strengthen Their Stand in the Climate Movement
September 14, 2020 — Student leaders proved age is trivial when taking actions on environmental issues at the first-ever virtual Youth Environmental Summit.
Fore! More Birding, Fewer Invasive Weeds
August 18, 2020 — A decommissioned golf course glow-up benefits birds and local communities thanks to Lahontan Audubon Society and local partners.
Audubon Spotlight: Diana Braithwaite Is Shaping the Next Generation
August 11, 2020 — Years of working with underrepresented communities helps the Audubon On Campus program manager engage people overlooked by conservation.
Student Advocates Help Make Advocacy Day a Success
July 20, 2020 — Remote tools like Zoom help young conservation leaders join Audubon North Carolina to engage in advocacy.