Program Officer | Private Sector Engagement World Wildlife Fund
Working for the world's leading environmental nonprofit, Cori MacFarland is responsible for leveraging the power of the private sector to address some of the toughest challenges facing our planet. In this role, she works with the air transport sector to help companies stop wildlife trafficking, raise funds for field programs and inspire millions to support WWF’s mission.
Cori received her MBA from the George Washington University in Washington DC with certificates in corporate responsibility and data analytics. Her work has been guided by the desire to find alignment between impact and corporate objectives. Her experiences range from strategic planning for community initiatives to large scale international conservation partnerships.
Cori currently resides in Washington DC with her fiancé and cat. She is a native to Los Angeles, California and holds an undergraduate degree in Anthropology from UCLA.