Consultant, Expert in building multi-stakeholder collaboration
Joanna Ogburn runs her own consultancy, providing expertise in conservation planning and facilitation, with an emphasis on multi-stakeholder collaboration. Through Joanna Ogburn Consulting, Joanna has worked with the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Collaborative, Smithsonian Institution, the Chesapeake Conservancy, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and various private landowners. Previously, Joanna served as the Director of Programs for the Chesapeake Conservancy, managing all community-based, large landscape, and public access work, including the award-winning, $6 million Nanticoke River Conservation Corridor initiative. Prior to joining the Conservancy, Joanna ran a land conservation program in Savannah, Georgia. She has served as a founding member of the Steering Committee for Baltimore Wilderness, an urban conservation initiative, and currently serves as the Chair of the Annapolis Conservancy Board. Joanna has a Masters of Environmental Management (Duke University) and a Bachelors of Science (University of Richmond).