Kelley Dennings is a campaigner with the nonprofit Center for Biological Diversity where she develops and executes advocacy and outreach initiatives that address the connections between reproductive health, gender equity, endless growth, inequitable consumption and the climate and extinction crises. Prior to the Center, she worked in waste management and forest conservation. She holds a bachelor’s degree in natural resources from N.C. State and a master’s degree in public health from the University of South Florida. She is certified in public health, social marketing and project management. She has been published in EcoWatch, Ms. Magazine, Journal of Extension, Journal of Population and Sustainability, Journal of Social Issues, Resource Recycling, Rewire, Social Marketing Quarterly and Sustainability Times.
Center for Biological Diversity