Join National Geographic award-winning conservation filmmaking team, Running Wild Media, and the Endangered Wolf Center to learn how wildlife education through film is impacting endangered species, including wolves.
In the recently released educational film, “Red Wolf Resilience”, emphasis is placed on the species’ important role in our ecosystem and how their survival will benefit humans.
In this webinar, we’ll cover behind-the-scenes travel adventures, storytelling, collaboration, and advice for anyone passionate about conservation. This webinar will inspire you to use your talents to impact our wildlife and wild places.
About our Panelists:
Justin Grubb is a wildlife filmmaker, photographer, published writer, naturalist and co-founder of Running Wild Media. Justin earned his B.Sc. in Biology at Bowling Green State University and is currently earning his Masters of Biology at Miami University in Ohio. With years of international wildlife field research and formal/informal teaching experience, Justin combines these two fields with media to enhance science communication.
Alex Goetz is a two-time Emmy nominated wildlife filmmaker and photographer, who has been recognized by National Geographic WILD as winner of the 2016 “Wild to Inspire” film competition and is the co-founder of Running Wild Media.
About the Moderator:
Victoria Ziglar is the Marketing Coordinator for the Endangered Wolf Center and founder of Bright Coral Creative, a creative services team specializing in video, photo, and design.
Watch “Red Wolf Resilience” here: https://www.redwolfresilience.org/