Where Are They Now?

Nadine Raynolds has been at the forefront of wildlife conservation and education for her entire adult life. The recipient of the Ian Ross Memorial scholarship in 2000, Nadine completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Calgary to earn an MSc in Environmental Education and Communication from Royal Roads University,

But Nadine is most proud of her achievement of  founding and leading the Redfish School of Change  on the west coast. She says that earning the Ian Ross scholarship made her feel appreciated early in her career, inspiring her to work to create change. Nadine continues to do with the Yellowstone to Yukon Initiative, based in the Kootenay region of B.C.

photo courtesy Nadine Raynolds


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