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Voices from the Field: Fanny M. Cornejo

Listen to an exclusive Voices from the Field interview with Fanny M. Cornejo, PEN’s former Regional Coordinator for Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador below.  Can you please tell our listeners your name, title, and affiliation? My name is Fanny Cornejo and I

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May Educator of the Month: Denis Agaba

Congratulations to Denis Agaba on being selected as Primate Education Network’s (PEN) May Educator of the Month!  Special thanks to Madelaine Westwood for her nomination and blog submission. Denis Agaba transforms lives wherever he goes.  Charismatic, intelligent, and passionate, Denis

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April Educator of the Month: Lou Ann Dietz

Congratulations to Lou Ann Dietz on being selected as Primate Education Network’s (PEN) April Educator of the Month!  Special thanks to Patricia Mie Matsuo for her nomination and blog submission. Lou Ann Dietz has over 40 years of pioneering conservation

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Seeking Talented Managing Editor To Join Global Team

Are you looking for a unique opportunity to contribute your writing skills for the greater good? Join Primate Education Network (PEN) as our Volunteer Managing Editor to help empower educators and protect primates around the globe! PEN’s Managing Editor will

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Celebrating New Support For Regional Coordinators!

PEN is celebrating new support from the Born Free Foundation through the Primate Society of Great Britain.  This small grant will provide seed funding for PEN’s seven founding Regional Coordinators in Latin America, Africa, and Asia to communicate with and

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PEN Expands in Latin America and Indonesia

This month, PEN welcomed four new members to our team in Colombia, Mexico, Sumatra, and Java.  We are excited to build our presence and impact in areas of the world where we are already working in Latin America and Indonesia.

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Voices from the Field: Dr. Juan Carlos Serio Silva

Today, it is with great pleasure that we announce the launch of PEN’s Voices from the Field audio interview series!  This series will provide a platform for primate educators around the globe to share their insights and lessons learned through

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March Educator of the Month: Ahmed El Harrad

Congratulations to Ahmed El Harrad on being selected as Primate Education Network’s (PEN) March Educator of the Month!  Special thanks to Siân Waters for her nomination and blog submission. Ahmed El Harrad got involved in primate education when he assisted Barbary

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Make a Difference – Join PEN as a Volunteer Graphic Designer!

Do you want to build your graphic design portfolio and help protect primates through education efforts around the globe?  If so, Primate Education Network (PEN) is looking for you! PEN is currently seeking a creative graphic designer to work in

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Behind the Scenes at the National Zoo

Recently, Fanny Cornejo, PEN’s Regional Coordinator for Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador, joined me in Washington, DC  to attend meetings with prospective partners, as well as participate in a behind-the-scenes tour at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo. Fanny and I visited the

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