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Ruth Norris

Consultant, Resources Legacy Fund

Biography

Ruth Norris is a consultant whose practice includes executive coaching, communications, and conservation leadership. Over more than three decades, she has worked as a journalist, manager of organizational capacity building and training programs, consultant to bilateral and multilateral aid agencies supporting conservation projects and national environmental endowments, and program officer at the Packard and Skoll foundations. She has facilitated planning processes, organizational and network development projects, and board strengthening initiatives. She is a former board chair of the Institute for Conservation Leadership and serves on the Kinship Conservation Fellows’ faculty and Advisory Council. She speaks English and Spanish and lives in Santa Clara, California.

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