Photo of Rebecca wearing a light green shirt in front of a barn.

Rebecca Sentner

Senior Communications Manager, Boreal Conservation

Rebecca is a certified nonprofit communications director. She earned her bachelor’s degree in communication at Robert Morris University and received a graduate certificate in applied animal behavior from the University of Washington.

Bringing more than 15 years of nonprofit marketing, communications, and development experience with her, Rebecca joined the Audubon network in 2018. She started as the communications manager for Audubon Alaska where she supported the team's conservation and policy goals to protect important bird habitat throughout the state. Then in November 2021, she migrated from Alaska to Vermont and joined the Boreal Conservation Program. In her role as senior communications manager, she supports Audubon’s Boreal Conservation work through strategic storytelling and communications, social media, live and virtual events, earned media, and digital content creation.   

When she is not working, Rebecca is most likely found outdoors—camping, birding, hiking, kayaking, cross-country skiing, or gardening. She also enjoys painting, playing music, meditating, and spending time with her family and friends.     

rebecca.sentner@audubon.org

Articles by Rebecca Sentner

Seal River Watershed IPCA Sign

Seal River Watershed Alliance and Canadian Governments Sign Historic Agreement to Protect a Vitally Important Watershed in Manitoba

January 18, 2024
Thumbnail image for video. Image of a Cape May Warbler in a tree.

Hundreds of Thousands of Boreal Birds Traveled Through the Tadoussac Dunes

October 14, 2023 — A new video series showcases this extraordinary phenomenon
Wet American Golden-Plover standing on the ground.

Tullik’s Odyssey Continues into the Boreal Forest and Across Canada

August 24, 2023 — An interview with Jeff Wells, Vice President of Boreal Conservation with National Audubon Society on the American Golden-Plover Southbound Migration Project.
A group of community scientists participating in the Christmas Bird Count.

Audubon’s Geoff LeBaron Speaks Before the Parliament of Canada’s Committee on Science and Research

February 13, 2023
Ruby-throated Hummingbird and flower.

22 Actions You Can Take for Birds

May 19, 2022 — Celebrating the International Day for Biological Diversity on 5/22/22