Marstel-Day’s #StandwithWildlife Series Highlights “Conservation Leadership”

Sally Guynn, PhD, will be the next featured speaker in Marstel-Day’s #StandWithWildlife series.

Fredericksburg, Va. (April 15, 2016) – Sally Guynn, co-founder and previous executive director of the prestigious National Conservation Leadership Institute (NCLI), will speak at Marstel-Day’s #StandwithWildlife campaign event on April 20 at 12 p.m. EDT at the company’s Fredericksburg, Va, office. Livestream will be available on the day of the event.

Sally is a co-owner and principal of The Guynn Group, an organization development consultancy and leadership training resource. She previously headed the education programs for the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries before serving as the administrative director and senior project leader at the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies’ Management Assistance Team (MAT), which provides management assistance and/or training to most of the states’ fish and wildlife agencies nationwide.

At her April 20 talk, Sally will discuss her personal experience as a conservation leader, including the challenges and opportunities, training involved, and level of effort required.

The public is invited to join the April 20 event in person at 513 Prince Edward Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia, or to watch the livestream on the day of the event. Registration is strongly suggested, because space is limited. Register by emailing Instructions for viewing the livestream will be posted on on the morning of the event.

Marstel-Day’s #StandwithWildlife campaign highlights major conservation issues and presents ways individuals and organizations can help address them. The campaign also seeks opportunities to empower youth to #StandwithWildlife.

About Marstel-Day
Marstel-Day, LLC, is an environmental and conservation consulting firm that provides climate and water risk analysis and mitigation, land-use and encroachment management, sustainability management, renewable energy planning, and natural resource services. Follow #StandwithWildlife on Twitter @marstelday, and watch previous events on video at