Julie Anton Randall

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"Julie Anton Randall joined The WILD Foundation in 2002, and based in Washington, D.C., is primarily responsible for government relations, program development, and fund-raising. She holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of California at Santa Barbara and a M.A. in International Development from Stanford University, and has studied at the University of the Andes in Bogotá.

"Currently, Julie serves as Facilitator of the North American Inter-governmental Committee on Cooperation for Wilderness and Protected Areas Conservation, a cooperative effort of the four U.S. land management agencies, Parks Canada, and the Commission on Protected Natural Areas of Mexico. She also manages WILD’s Marine Wilderness Project and Private Lands with Wilderness Characteristics (ecosystem services) project, and is involved in WWC program design and The Mali Elephants Project.

"Julie is also U.S. Program Director for the Wilderness Foundation South Africa. Past positions include: economist for the USDA National Organic Program; manager of the North American Save the Rhinos Campaign with U.S. zoos (International Rhino Foundation); and work on wildlife conservation and sustainable forestry projects for such NGOs as Gilman International Conservation, American Forest Foundation, and The Ocean Conservancy, and also for the International Conservation Caucus Foundation (ICCF)."[1]

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  1. Staff & Associates, WILD Foundation, accessed December 14, 2011.