Todd Montgomery of The Elephant Sanctuary
May 29, 8:30am - 10:00am CDT. Hosted at Zoom
part of a series on Nature
About the speaker
Todd Montgomery is the operations and outreach manager at The Elephant Sanctuary, an internationally renowned elephant habitat in Hohenwald, Tennessee.
Todd is also part of the team that designs and delivers The Sanctuary’s elephant welfare and wildlife conservation education programs at The Elephant Discovery Center, and online, reaching more than 15,000 students and life-long learners each year.
He also oversees The Sanctuary’s on- and off-site volunteer programs, coordinating the efforts of hundreds of volunteers who, in 2019, committed 1,928 donated hours to The Sanctuary.
Prior to joining The Elephant Sanctuary, Todd worked for seven years as an educator for Heifer International, a non-profit partnering with communities around the world to end hunger and poverty through sustainable agriculture, education, and economic development.
Raised in Forrest City, AR (hometown of Al Green and Don Kessinger), Todd is a graduate of the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville and now happily resides in Hohenwald, TN.
Todd will give a talk that will help us to better understand our place in nature and our effect on the world around us – and he might even lead us in some crafty virtual art projects or fun learning activities. Tune in on time to this one!
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