In 2015, Jennifer Palmer founded Women for Wildlife, an international movement to support, empower and unite women and girls around the world devoted to wildlife and conservation. She has spearheaded several 'Girls in Science' programs and is an active advocate and spokeswoman for women and girls in science.
Palmer holds a master’s degree in International Applied Ecology and Conservation from the University of East Anglia, UK and a bachelor's in Biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Palmer is an impassioned voice for wildlife conservation, women’s empowerment and mindful travel. She strives to inspire, unite and support change-makers around the world. She holds a true love for travel, connection, dance, photography, exploring nature and being close to the sea.