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Imani Johnson-Bey

Imani Johnson-Bey

University of Hawai'i at Mānoa

  • Natural Resources
  • Environmental Management
  • Art

Imani is an Environmental Studies major and Art minor from Baltimore, Maryland. Growing up around the Chesapeake Bay, Imani has always been intrigued by the marshes and forests of their home state. This interest has developed into a passion for conservation of natural ecosystems and finding the connection between culture and nature. Imani enjoys creating art inspired by her love for nature and hopes that through her art more people will be inspired to get outside and connect back to the natural world.

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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.