Bethany Goodrich is the Director of Storytelling with the Sustainable Southeast Partnership and the Sitka Conservation Society. She is a wandering conservationist with field experience working with wildlife, diatoms and humans in Antarctica, Alaska, California and Africa. She holds a masters degree in Biodiversity, Conservation and Management from the University of Oxford’s School of Geography and the Environment and a bachelors of science in Biology with minors in Fine Arts and Neuroscience from the University of San Francisco. She first experienced the Tongass while working with the Sitka Conservation Society as a storytelling intern in 2012. She reluctantly left to pursue her masters degree in merry old England. Her thesis investigated how commodity crops influence human-elephant relations among cocoa farmers in South Central Ghana. She is now happily rooted in Southeast Alaska where she focuses on how storytelling and communications can empower communities and connect with policy.

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