Eleanor Sterling, Amanda Sigouin & Erin Betley

Eleanor Sterling (left) is the Jaffe Chief Conservation Scientist at the American Museum of Natural History’s Center for Biodiversity and Conservation. She works on a range of conservation and natural resource management issues, including the intersection between biodiversity, culture and languages. She is deputy vice chair for the IUCN’s WCPA Core Capacity Development group where she co-leads working groups on Indigenous peoples, local communities and on capacity development evaluation.

Amanda Sigouin (middle) is a Biodiversity Specialist at the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation. Her areas of research include the development and application of biocultural approaches to conservation, capacity development and all aspects of the wildlife trade.

Erin Betley (right) is Biodiversity Specialist and Programs Coordinator at the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation (CBC). Erin coordinates the CBC’s sea turtle research and conservation project at Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge in the Central Pacific.