Miami Presents: Earth Day with the Cincinnati Chapter- Conservation of animals and our environment

Presented on: April 22nd at 7:00 PM EDT




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Celebrate Earth Day by joining in on a conversation with Miami alumnae, sisters, Cincinnati natives and Zookeepers, Susan Findley '15 and Mary Kate Findley '15. During this webinar we will discuss their time at Miami, their experiences as Zookeepers, and why zoos are important for the conversation of animals and our environment. This event was organized by the Cincinnati Alumni Chapter. 

This webinar is free to Miamians and friends, but registration is required. Please email Emily LeFevers at bostiae@MiamiOH.edu with any questions. 

Speaker Bios:

Susan is currently a zookeeper in New Jersey. Graduating with degrees in Zoology, Anthropology, and Classical Humanities, she can safely say that her mixture of science and humanities background has helped her tackle conservation from both the animal and human sides. When she’s not working with sloths, she enjoys exploring New York City, writing scripts, and watching crime documentaries. 

Mary Kate graduated with a degree in Zoology and minor in Biological Anthropology. She spent many years at the Cincinnati Zoo, but is currently in Dallas, Texas working as a Primate Zoologist (zookeeper) specializing in primates big and small, from gorillas and mandrills to titi monkeys and lemurs and a plethora in between. She recently started a new role as Social Media Liaison for the Dallas chapter of AAZK (American Association of Zookeepers). Pre-covid she loved traveling but is now enjoying hikes in nearby state parks with her husband and pup.