Women leaders in Bay restoration and those who inspired them

While the field of environmental conservation has been historically led by mostly White men, today the Bay watershed is fortunate to have a greater balance of genders in leadership roles. In the Chesapeake Bay watershed, a number of inspiring women environmentalists are working on critical issues, from clean water to environmental justice to wildlife conservation. We asked six of these leaders to pick one other woman who inspires them, explaining what it is that makes these mentors and colleagues so motivational.

Jake Solyst, Chesapeake Bay Program

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