A Day in the Life of a California Coastal Conservancy Project Development Analyst – Meet Linda!
“I love that I’m always learning from my coworkers and our partners who are engaged in forward-thinking efforts – from exploring nature-based solutions for climate resilience, to advancing social equity in the conservation field.”
Enthusiastic and innovative are only the start of Linda Tong’s long list of descriptors. Linda is a Project Development Analyst for the California Coastal Conservancy and is the next highlight in our Day in the Life series.
Linda first joined the Conservancy as an intern. Drawn to the Conservancy’s mission and goals and through the strength of her work ethic, Linda accepted a full-time position with the Conservancy at the conclusion of the internship. “Time has flown by in the couple of years since I joined the Conservancy,” Linda mentioned.
Linda’s work focuses on the Bay Area region, supporting and managing grants for habitat restoration and climate adaptation projects. Linda has the opportunity to connect with many others working to protect and enhance our natural resources as well as communities. Linda says this is what makes her work that much more meaningful. “I love that I’m always learning from my coworkers and our partners who are engaged in forward-thinking efforts – from exploring nature-based solutions for climate resilience, to advancing social equity in the conservation field,” says Linda.
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