Teamwork makes the wild work. Working together is how we protect and nurture all life on Earth. Every creature, plant, and human—including you—plays a part in building a thriving planet. All things working together, for all wildkind.
"Re:wild offers a bold vision to amplify and scale the local solutions being led by Indigenous peoples and local communities, nongovernmental organizations, companies, and government agencies, to help increase their impact around the world," says Leonardo DiCaprio, a founding board member of Re:wild. The environmental heroes that the planet needs are already here. Now we all must rise to the challenge and join them.”
Rewilding our world is a big task. Bigger than any one person, organization, or government can accomplish alone. That’s why we’re glad you’re here! Team Re:wild is a dynamic, diverse, and driven team, leveraging our collective talents, passions, and creativity to drive lasting change.
No matter where you are on your journey, you’re on the team.
We do not call people out. We call people in.
Here’s what’s next:
Sign up to receive our Weekly Wild! We’ll send a short list to inspire you, pointing you to simple actions you can take and upcoming events that support a global push for a thriving planet.
Support the cause. We’ve worked with scientists to identify the areas and species that, if restored and protected, have the greatest benefit to the world at large. If you’re willing and able, support this important work!
Advocate for the Earth. Whether it is signing a petition or amplifying a story to convince governments to protect irreplaceable places, you can be a part of the power of collective action in rewilding our world.
And in return, we commit to building the platforms and the tools to promote nature-based solutions. We commit to foster creative collaborations, among individuals, communities, organizations, governments, and businesses towards a shared vision.
The rest is up to all of us.
So Act:Now for Earth
Chief Scientist & Ceo
Wes Sechrest, Ph.D.
Don Church, Ph.D.
Executive Vice President
Penny Langhammer, Ph.D.
Chief Conservation Officer
Russell Mittermeier, Ph.D.
Chief Operating Officer
Vice President of Communications and Marketing
Robin D. Moore, Ph.D.
Senior Director Of Strategic Partnerships
Senior Director of Conservation Strategies
Barney Long, Ph.D.
Senior Director Of Guardians
Nina Paige Hadley
Senior Director, Wildlife Trade
Peter Paul van Dijk, Ph.D.
Caribbean Alliance Director
Jenny Daltry, Ph.D. F.R.G.S.
Latin America Director
Chris Jordan, Ph.D.
Director of Conservation Priorities
Director of Conservation Breeding
Ape Conservation Director and Rapid Rescue Fund Director
Primate Conservation Director
Anthony Rylands, Ph.D.
Manager of Conservation Partnerships / Africa Manager (acting)
Manager Of Iucn Red List Assessments
Rebecca Kormos, Ph.D.
Key Biodiversity Area Coordinator
Andrew Snyder, Ph.D.
Data And Metrics Manager
Andean Countries Coordinator
Lina M. Valencia, Ph.D.
Director Of Protected Area Management
Biodiversity Assessments Coordinator
Amphibian Red List Authority Program Officer
Lauren Naylor Warr
Asian Species Officer
Andrew Tilker, Ph.D.
Freshwater Fish Conservation Program Manager
Harmony Patricio, Ph.D.
Program Manager Of Wild Cat Conservation
Jim Sanderson, Ph.D.
Wildlife Crime Prevention Officer
Senior Advisor To Wildlands
Senior Brazil Associate
Senior Mesoamerica Associate
Director of Marketing and Brand
Sr. Manager, Digital Media: Content and Influencer Marketing
Director Of Communications
Lindsay Renick Mayer
Senior Communications Specialist
Social Media Manager
Brand Partnerships Advisor
Nick Rose Ntertsas
Director Of Finance
Senior Development Officer
Maria Christina Wurschy
Director of Outreach and Events
Laura J. Kay
Grants And Operations Manager
Tinisha Hancock, Ph.D.
Banner collage image credits: Sam Stenson, James Slade, Robin Moore