Connect and learn about the attendees at the inaugural

Women and the Environment Conference!

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Kristen Hazard


Suntoucher Software - Wildnote

San Luis Obispo


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What key words best describe your hope for the future?

The future is female!

Describe what are you working on in the field of climate change, environmental protection, environmental justice or social impact.

I have created and recently launched a new app called Wildnote specifically for the environmental community that creates efficiencies in the process of collecting, managing, and reporting environmental data. This is a powerful tool that supports those who are directly involved in the hard work of collecting and analyzing environmental data. The better data we have, the better decisions we can make. As a small business owner I am deeply committed to our environment where we work and play, and as such, our company partners with 1% for the Planet. We give 1% of our gross profits to a local non-profit, the San Luis Obispo Land Conservancy.

How might other W&E conference attendees be able to support your work, goals or objectives?

It is time to get the word out about Wildnote and how it can be used not only for the important work of environmental scientists and consultants, but also as a part of Citizen Science movements across the globe. As citizens, we can help track both the potentially detrimental results of rolling back environmental regulations, and the successes of innovative environmental projects. Wildnote wants to be a part of that.

What are you able and willing to contribute to other attendees at the conference to support their work, goals or objectives?

I offer my abilities as a natural problem solver willing to help others. I am also committed to helping women achieve business success in a male dominated world. I see myself as a leader of women and the men who love them.

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