WFEN's Impact Report 2022-2023 Now Available

Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network

Collaborations to Advance our Mission

Wildlife Friendly® would not exist without the dedication of the many conservation heroes, researchers, students, and creatives who have volunteered their considerable time and expertise to our work. We would like to express our gratitude to the individuals listed on this page who work on a voluntary (and often daily) basis handling the very un-glamorous, but nevertheless essential, tasks behind the scenes on behalf of our mission – we could not do this work without your expert assistance and passion!

We are always looking to develop new collaborations and welcome volunteers and interns.  If you are interested in helping to support our work through this type of in-kind donation please contact detailing your interest, availability and experience.

WFEN is a proud member of 1% for the Planet.  If your business would like to support Wildlife Friendly’s work around the world, please designate Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network as your non profit partner.

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Academic Institutions

Rukinga Kenya / Wildlife Works

A.C. Nielsen Center for Marketing Research, Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, University of Montana, Broader Impacts Group (BIG), Project Dragonfly, Miami University, Yale Center for Business and the Environment, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies

Creatives, Branding, Market Research

Christina Chan,  Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, Carol Gravelle Graphic Design, The DuPuis Group, StrataVerve, Inc, Survey Sampling International, LLC [donated a survey sample to us for a survey on “Consumer & Marketing Strategy Recommendations.” The survey results provided us with insight into consumers interested in buying Wildlife Friendly goods and services in the US], Janelle Holden [WFEN co-founder & International Health Coach & Business Mentor, specializing in finding for-profit solutions for the people and planet].

Legal &Trademark Protection

Holland & Hart (North America & Europe); Spoor & Fisher (Africa)

Contract Law

Clyde & Co

Special Projects

The DuPuis Group, Claudia Pardo, Jean Paul Tümmler, Kaitlin Myers, Jenna Melnyk, Sabine Dodane, Weina Dinata, Marti Mitchell, Jeff Pickett

Graduate Students, Interns & Fellows, Volunteers

Anna Lowe, Story Map Design [Class of ’24, William & Mary Institute for Integrative Conservation]; Lindsey Biondo [Graphic design]; Hasita Bhammar [Illegal Wildlife Trade & Trafficking Intern]; Sandra Becka [Community-based Carnivore Conservation, Project Dragonfly, Miami University]; Patrick Zimny [Digital Data Manager]; Lauren Breuer [Summer intern 2022]; Johanna Nesselhauf [Summer intern 2023]

GIS Mapping

ESRI Non Profit Program

Photographers & Artists who have generously shared their photos/work with us

Allan Michaud (Giant Ibis); American Bird Conservancy (Blue-billed Currassow); Anne K. Taylor Fund (Kenya); Beth Wald Photography (Patagonia Argentina); Hal Brindley, Travel for Wildlife (Tortoise Shell); Ilse Koster (Island Illustrations); Julie Stein; Khilendra Gurung/Himalayan Biotrade (Nepal); Olivier Behra (Madagascar); Proyecto Titi (Cotton-top Tamarin); Richard A. Muller (Mountain Gorilla); Rob Currer; Wendy Chambers & Bears Interrupted Photography; Wildlife Conservation Society (Argentina, Republic of Congo, Cambodia, Zambia & Madagascar); Wildlife Works (Kenya/Elephants); Wimberg Productions (Ranchers, Alpaca and Livestock Guard Dogs)