Episode 229 features Kate Gilman Williams who is an animal advocate, founder of advocacy organization Kids Can Save Animals, founder of Club 15, a conservation organization that combines advocacy and technology, and author of Let’s Go on Safari!
Check out the Kid’s Can Save Animals Music Video here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoSlogWftX4
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Kate Gilman Williams is an animal advocate, founder of advocacy organization Kids Can Save Animals, founder of Club 15, a conservation organization that combines advocacy and technology, and author of Let’s Go on Safari! Through her passion for wildlife conservation and penchant for education, Kate utilizes her platform to teach kids and teens about the benefits of helping the animals, proving that advocacy has no age limit.
Kate founded Kids Can Save Animals, an organization that aims to provide educational and advocacy resources to kids and their parents. Through her work with Kids Can Save Animals, Kate founded Club 15, which combines advocacy and technology to teach concepts of conservation and applied computer science, 15-minutes at a time, through interviews with leading scientists, advocates, and technologists. Club 15 was created in partnership with Sarah Maston and Daisuke Nakahara, the Founders of Project 15 from Microsoft.
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