Voices for Biodiversity

Accolades

New Mexico Press Women Awards Honorable Mention for Best Green/Environmental Article to Voices for Biodiversity Writer, Debra Denker

- Mar 08, 2021

The New Mexico Press Women have awarded an honorable mention to Debra Denker for her article Seeking Solace on Horseback: Riding Keeps Me Sane During Pandemic in the annual contest’s Green/Environmental Specialty Articles category. The article was published by Voices for Biodiversity on December 23, 2020.


National Federation of Press Women Awards an Honorable Mention for a Photo Essay with a Written Article to Voices for Biodiversity Photographer - Writer, Michael Washburn

- Mar 07, 2021

The National Federation of Press Women have awarded an honorable mention to Michael Washburn for her photo essay and written article Beach Mornings in the annual contest’s At-Large Photographer-Writer category. The article was published by Voices for Biodiversity on July 31, 2020. The NFPW is a nationwide organization of women and men pursuing careers across the communications spectrum, including print and electronic journalism, freelancing, new media, books, public relations, marketing, graphic design, photography, advertising, radio and television.


New Mexico Press Women Awards First Prize for Best Website to Voices for Biodiversity

- Mar 07, 2021

The New Mexico Press Women have awarded first prize to Founder Tara Waters Lumpkin for the website Voices for Biodiversity being the “best website edited or managed by a nonprofit, government agency or educational organization” in its annual communications contest.


National Federation of Press Women Awards Second Place Prize for Best Green/Environmental Article to Voices for Biodiversity Writer, Debra Denker

- Apr 30, 2020

The National Federation of Press Women have awarded second place to Debra Denker for her article Protecting the Arctic Refuge: Gwich’in People Defend the Sacred in the annual contest’s Green/Environmental Specialty Articles category. The article was published by Voices for Biodiversity on August 7, 2019. The NFPW is a nationwide organization of women and men pursuing careers across the communications spectrum, including print and electronic journalism, freelancing, new media, books, public relations, marketing, graphic design, photography, advertising, radio and television.


National Federation of Press Women Awards Honorable Mention for Best Website to Voices for Biodiversity

- Apr 30, 2020

The National Federation of Press Women have awarded an honorable mention to Founder Tara Waters Lumpkin for the website Voices for Biodiversity being the “best website edited or managed by a nonprofit, government agency or educational organization” in its annual communications contest. The NFPW is a nationwide organization of women and men pursuing careers across the communications spectrum, including print and electronic journalism, freelancing, new media, books, public relations, marketing, graphic design, photography, advertising, radio and television.


New Mexico Press Women Awards First Place Prize for Best Green/Environmental Article to Voices for Biodiversity Writer, Debra Denker

- Mar 07, 2020

The New Mexico Press Women have awarded first prize to Debra Denker for her article Protecting the Arctic Refuge: Gwich’in People Defend the Sacred in the annual contest’s Green/Environmental Specialty Articles category. The article was published by Voices for Biodiversity on August 7, 2019. 


New Mexico Press Women Awards First Prize for Best Website to Voices for Biodiversity

- Mar 07, 2020

The New Mexico Press Women have awarded first prize to Founder Tara Waters Lumpkin for the website Voices for Biodiversity being the “best website edited or managed by a nonprofit, government agency or educational organization” in its annual communications contest.


Filmmaker Elke Duerr Recommends sharing work with Voices for Biodiversity

- Oct 23, 2019

It was a pleasure and delight to work with Voices for Biodiversity. Executive Director, Kira Johnson respected my suggestions and kept in tune with the tenor or my original work. The organization has great editors as well. I can only recommend submitting your environmental creations to Voices for Biodiversity.


Voices for Biodiversity Program Manager Kira Johnson (Sadler), nominated for Pritzker Emerging Environmental Genius Award

- Sep 11, 2019

Voices for Biodiversity’s Program Manager, Kira Johnson (Sadler) was nominated for the Pritzker Emerging Environmental Genius Award in the fall of 2019. She was nominated for her work “elevating diverse voices in conservation” with Voices for Biodiversity. The award is given annually to a scientist, entrepreneur, engineer, activist or artist—under the age of 40—who stands poised to make a game-changing difference.


Taos Environmental Film Festival Presents Voices for Biodiversity with the Environmental Activism in Film Award

- Apr 25, 2019

Voices for Biodiversity has been awarded the Environmental Activism in Film award at the Taos Environmental Film Festival (TEFF). Voices for Biodiversity Program Manager and Managing Editor, Kira Johnson (Sadler) was present to accept the award.


New Mexico Press Women Awards First Prize for Best Website to Voices for Biodiversity

- Mar 07, 2019

The New Mexico Press Women have awarded first prize to Kira Johnson (Sadler) for the website Voices for Biodiversity being the “best website edited or managed by a nonprofit, government agency or educational organization” in its annual communications contest.


V4B Program Director Featured in the Society of Women Geographers

- Dec 18, 2018

Voices for Biodiversity and V4B Program Director Featured in the Society of Women Geographers’ “My Work, My World”

Voices for Biodiversity and our Program Director Kira Sadler are being showcased in the winter newsletter of the Society of Women Geographers (SWG). The article, part of the “My Work, My World” section of the newsletter, spreads over two full pages and includes photographs from Voices for Biodiversity publications. It features information about Sadler’s background, and explores Voices for Biodiversity’s work and why it is so important. The piece closes with an invitation to all SWG members to publish with us and be Voices for Biodiversity.