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Elizabeth Randolph

Elizabeth Randolph

Grand Canyon University

  • Environmental Science
  • Communication

Elizabeth is interested in environmental education and teaching others about local ecosystems. Her passion for conservation took root after working with trees for a summer through a conservation corps. With this passion she aspires to help create communities that are knowledgeable about nature. Outside of her studies she enjoys volunteering in community gardens and learning about the importance of locally sourced foods.

Support the Conservation Scholars Program

The Conservation Scholars Fund directly supports students who are pursuing a career in conservation through the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program at the University of Washington. Effective conservation strategies are inclusive, involving a diversity of stakeholders and incorporating multiple values. Yet, the conservation community does not reflect the collective voice of our country. Without a significant, serious and immediate increase in diversity and inclusion, the conservation community will become a movement of the past instead of a guiding principle of the future. Our program aims to change that.