Emily P. Myron
Emily P. Myron is program manager for the International Land Conservation Network, a project of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Her work connects and supports organizations around the world that are accelerating voluntary private and civic sector action to protect and steward land and water resources. Emily does this by facilitating communication, sharing case studies and best practices, and organizing in-person workshops, meetings, and staff exchanges to building capacity within the international private land conservation movement. She is excited to help practitioners around the globe learn from one another and develop a strong community of practice that plays a critical role in conserving irreplaceable ecological and cultural landscapes. She previously worked for the Chesapeake Conservancy managing landscape-scale conservation projects and government relations. Emily holds a master of environmental management degree in ecosystem science and conservation from Duke University's Nicholas School of the Environment, and a bachelor of arts in biology from St. Mary's College of Maryland.