• Lynne Cameron

    Lynne is the Executive Director of Neighbors 4 Neighbors, a nationally acclaimed non-profit organization based in Miami Florida and founded in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew in 1992. The scope of work done by Neighbors focuses on connecting diverse populations, planning for and responding to disasters and building community resources. Simply, they connect those who can help […]

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  • Austin Gallagher

    Dr. Austin Gallagher is a global conservation biologist, social entrepreneur, award-winning filmmaker and wildlife photographer, and writer specializing in the conservation and study of predators with a focus on sharks. In 2 sentences, explain your work with the HWHF? My work is focused on implementing the first-ever long-term shark ecological monitoring study in Asia. Specifically, we are […]

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  • Richard Kern

    Richard is the principal of Encounters in Excellence, a non-profit which focuses on a series of film lectures on natural history topics.  Based in Miami, Florida, much of the focus is on the incredible biodiversity of Biscayne Bay, the Everglades and the surrounding environments. In 2 sentences, explain your work with the HWHF? The HWHF has been […]

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  • Georgia Paxos

    Georgia Paxos oversees the historic Canton Palace Theatre in downtown Canton, Ohio.  While managing the operation of this iconic landmark, she has led the Theatre through a successful Capital Campaign – including massive restoration and increased programming usage of the theatre. In 2 sentences, explain your work with the HWHF? The Canton Film Fest, now […]

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  • Dr. Deborah Mash

    Deborah Mash is Professor of Neurology and of Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology at the University of Miami School of Medicine.  She is also the Director of the University’s Brain Endowment Bank.  She has led ground breaking research into BMAA and its impact upon human health. In 2 sentences, explain your work with the HWHF? We […]

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  • Chris Palmer

    Chris Palmer is a full-time professor of Film and Media Arts. He is also a speaker, author, and environmental and wildlife film producer.  In 2004, Chris joined American University’s full-time faculty as Distinguished Film Producer in Residence at the School of Communication. There he founded, and currently directs, the Center for Environmental Filmmaking. In 2 […]

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  • Nick Morris

    Nick Morris currently is the Education Coordinator at Stark Parks.  Nick has led various HWHF funded projects, including “Nimishillen Water Quality Education” and “Stark Parks Community Liaison to Education.”  Nick’s work focuses on bringing the environment closer to students. He is currently pursuing his doctorate degree which focuses on the concept of sustainability as an educational […]

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  • Dr. Mike Dunphy

    Dr. Dunphy is a professional educator focused in the science of biochemistry. While his primary role at Walsh University is to facilitate learning as Chair of the Division of Math & Sciences, Dr. Dunphy’s research interests are centered around analytical biochemistry and the applications of chromatography to analytical biochemical problems.  Dr. Dunphy has led on […]

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