Please join us for the next event in the ACNC Conservation Speaker Series, hosted by the South Mountain Environmental Education Center:  

Saving the Rain Forest with a Stethoscope
Trina Noonan, Managing Director, Health In Harmony

Monday, December 3, 2018
5:30 – 7 p.m. at South Mountain Environmental Education Center
10409 S. Central Avenue | Phoenix, AZ 85042 | smeec.org

With win-win solutions for reversing rain forest destruction, protecting orangutans, and improving human health and well-being Health In Harmony and its partners have been successful in Borneo for more than a decade. The Arizona Center for Nature Conservation and Phoenix Zoo are proud to have supported this work through our Conservation and Science Grants program since 2009, contributing to their Goats for Widows program, reforestation efforts and environmental education programming for local youth. Come learn how we can continue to work together for planetary health!

Trina Noonan has been with Health In Harmony for more than five years, first in fundraising and since May 2016 as their Managing Director, overseeing finance, administration, fundraising and human resources. Trina came to Health In Harmony with a passion for accomplishing social justice for all living beings through healthy eco-systems. She earned her MS in Environmental Studies from the University of Montana in 2011 and holds a BA in Journalism from Washington State University.

She has worked for and studied sustainable community development in Central America, Kenya, India, Vietnam, and now, Indonesia!

Please RSVP to jdeiter@phoenixzoo.org by November 26 to ensure adequate seating and refreshments.

All are welcome – please feel free to extend this invitation to others in your networks!