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David Houghton

dhoughton@wildlandscapes.org
+1 603 831 0920

Over his career, David has contributed to expanding the National Wildlife Refuge System by 314 million acres. He partnered with diverse stakeholders to conserve the globally important landscapes of the Everglades, Great Basin, Alaska, Hawaii, New England, Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, the Russian Far East and Northeast India. He helped to lead the efforts to conserve more than 6 million acres of habitat for the New England cottontail and sage-grouse in the Great Basin and Rocky Mountains, which prevented the need to list them as endangered species. 

David has extensive experience in raising public and private capital, having secured $100 million in private capital and $9.5 billion in public funds. His work led to the protection of $642 million worth of land in the U.S. and across the globe. David is the proud recipient of the Wilburforce Foundation's Conservation Leadership Award for 2017.

 
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Anya Tokar

atokar@wildlandscapes.org
+1 919 335 5193

 

Anya has worked to conserve the iconic landscapes of the Everglades, Yellowstone, Alaska and the Pacific reefs and atolls. Her background is in fundraising, international relations, economics and ecology.

Anya has a B.S. in Economics and a B.A. in International Relations from Syracuse University. She is originally from Kiev, Ukraine and speaks Russian fluently. 

Previously, Anya worked at the National Wildlife Refuge Association where her responsibilities included landscape conservation projects and fundraising, and at the Eurasia Foundation where she coordinated exchanges between U.S. and Russian wildlife managers.


 

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