We are pleased to announce Zoo Advisors is now Canopy Strategic Partners.
You may be asking the real question – why would Zoo Advisors change their name?
Expanding diversity in the conservation field is an ongoing issue, and one especially underrepresented is folxs2 in the LGBTQIA+ community.
Let’s consider the basic decision that all animal care personnel make when they decide to follow their passion for animals.
We focus to the topics of fundraising and revenue and expense impacts and offer potential short-term and long-term solutions.
We explore the root causes of today’s economic situation and how they are specifically impacting cultural attractions.
We share takeaways from a recent national horticulture conference sponsored by the American Public Gardens Association (APGA).
Results of a brief pulse survey asking what you thought were some of the most influential and pressing issues in our community.
Learn insights from six outstanding panelists who share ideas and resources for increasing financial support and gaining greater public awareness of conservation.
We present examples of zoos and aquariums working to actively embrace the LGBTQ+ community. Whether large or small, these efforts all move us towards a more inclusive future for our field.
In this special episode of the Speechless podcast, Kathayoon Khalil, PhD and Charles Hopper sit down to discuss the idea of “cultural fit”.
In her ninth Women in Leadership AZA National Conference session, Kathy Wagner decided to focus on the opposite audience: men.
The truth is that we’ve actually been working with non-zoological clients for a couple of years now, albeit under a different banner.
Lori Perkins reflects on the Zoo Advisors’ rebrand to Canopy Strategic Partners.