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Name Country of Residence Title / CompanyExperienceCCNet Certified CoachTeaching Adaptive ManagementCoP - Indigenous CS ProjectsLanguage(s)Avail. to coach in other countries  
Albert, JulitaFederated States of MicronesiaChuuk Environmental Protection Agency      Contact 
Applebaum, JacobMarshall IslandsIntegrated Resource Management Coordinator – Marshall Islands Marine Resources Authority      Contact 
Bailey, SallyFijiIndependent ConsultantCoach     Contact 
Burnidge, WilliamUnited StatesNortheast Colorado Project Director – TNC      Contact 
Cohan, AlisonUnited StatesField Representative – TNC    English Contact 
Dutton, IanUnited StatesPrincipal – Nautilus Impact InvestingCoach Trainer   English, IndonesianYesContact 
Esters, NiquoleUnited StatesCI Coral Triangle Initiative Director – CICoach     Contact 
Eugene, JosephFederated States of MicronesiaMarine Program Manager – Conservation Society of Pohnpei      Contact 
Fielding, EmilyUnited StatesMaui Marine Program Coordinator – TNCCoach   English Contact 
Gon, SamUnited StatesTNCCoach in Training     Contact 
Gorong, Berna X.Federated States of MicronesiaRegional Mentor – PIMPAC Network      Contact 
Jefferies, BruceNew ZealandConservation Planning & Management Systems Consultant – Independent ConsultantCoach   EnglishYesContact 
Joseph, EugeneFederated States of MicronesiaConservation Society of Pohnpei      Contact 
Kennedy, BridgetFijiCI Asia Pacific Regional Development and Partner Manager – CICoach    YesContact 
Lasch, CristinaMexicoConservation Planning & Adaptation Lead & CCNet Technical Coordinator – TNCCoach Trainer   Spanish, English, German Contact 
Leberer, TrinaUnited StatesMarine Conservation Coordinator – TNCCoach Trainer   English Contact 
Low, GregUnited StatesConservation Planner – Applied ConservationCoach Trainer   EnglishYesContact 
Malsol Sam, KingRepublic of PalauRock Islands Development Officer – Koror State Government, Department of Conservation & Law Enforcement      Contact 
Morales, MiguelUnited StatesConservation International    English Contact 
Morrison, JohnUnited StatesManager, Conservation Planning & Measures; Coordinator-CCNet – WWF USCoach TrainerYes  English Contact 
Navuku, SanivalatiFijiSocio-economic Officer – Seaweb Fiji        
Newman, AudreyUnited StatesSr. Conservation Advisor – Independent ConsultantCoach Trainer   EnglishYesContact 
Plume, CatherineUnited StatesPrincipal – BlueGreenPlumeCoach   EnglishYesContact 
Sigrah, BettyFederated States of MicronesiaCapacity Building Program Manager – Micronesia Conservation Trust      Contact 
Sohl-Obispo, FranciscaFederated States of MicronesiaConservation Society of Pohnpei      Contact 
Sumiye, JasonUnited StatesConservation Programs Coordinator – TNCCoach   English Contact 
Tagicakibau, UnaisiFijiWWFCoach   Fijian, English Contact 
Terk, Elizabeth (Liz)Federated States of MicronesiaTNCCoach in Training     Contact 
Victor, StevenRepublic of PalauDep Director of ConservationCoach       
Wiggins, ChadUnited StatesTNCCoach     Contact 
Wongbusarakum, SupinUnited StatesCoral Reef Ecosystem Division (CRED) Senior Scientist – University of Hawaii in the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology      Contact 

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The Conservation Coaches Network aims to improve conservation by empowering people to develop, implement, evaluate, adapt and share effective strategies that achieve tangible conservation results benefitting both people and nature all over the world.

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Coaches Resource Library

CCNet maintains a variety of resources to support Coaches in the presentation and use of the Conservation Standards. Most of the resources are found in multiple languages in the Coaches Notebook that is part of CCNet New Coach Trainings. In addition, in our Resource Library you can find a wealth of support materials shared by Coaches and Conservation Standards practitioners.

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The Conservation Standards is the product of inputs, field tests, and discussions among members of the Conservation Measures Partnership (CMP), which has final editorial authority over the Conservation Standards. Substantial input was also provided by members of the Conservation Coaches Network (CCNet) and other CMP partners.

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John Morrison - CCNet Global Coordinator john.morrison@wwfus.org
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