April EcoHour

Join us this month in conversation with Ani Kame’enui of National Parks Conservation Association about the role of national parks for connecting people to nature and for catalyzing resource protection.

RSVP for this event.

Speaker

Ani Kame’enui is the Director of Legislation and Policy for the Government Affairs team. She comes to NPCA with a background in geology, water resources engineering, and a love for natural resource science and policy.

Born and raised in the West, Ani’s expertise is in public lands policy, including various administrative and legislative designations, national forest management, and more. Prior to NPCA, Ani worked for over three years as a lobbyist at the Sierra Club in DC, which was preceded by work for Oregon Wild, a state-based conservation organization. At NPCA Ani covers a diversity of natural resource policy issues—ranging from the creation of new parks to wildlife management to landscape protection on our parks’ borders.

When

Tuesday, April 18th, 6:00pm-8:00 pm

Where

Teaism Penn Quarter* (Map)
400 8th Street NW; Washington, DC

*Teaism is a generous sponsor of DC EcoWomen and provides their space free of charge. Please help us say thank you by purchasing a drink, dinner or a yummy salty oat cookie!

Please RSVP via the form below

By RSVP’ing for this DC EcoWomen event, the attendee acknowledges that their image may be photographically captured for the sole and expressed intent of historical documentation, and the attendee grants permission for DC EcoWomen to utilize their image solely for the promotion and marketing of future DC EcoWomen events.


Keep this field blank:

Bookings no longer allowed on this date.