Therese Tepe +

Therese Tepe

Therese Tepe
Conservation Partnerships Officer


  • ​M.S., Indiana University
  • B.S., Colorado State University

Therese is a conservation biologist committed to supporting government agencies and businesses in becoming a part of environmental stewardship. She holds a joint Masters Degree from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs and a Bachelors Degree in Wildlife Biology from Colorado State University. Prior to joining GWC, she lived in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia working on tiger conservation throughout the Asia region for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Tigers Alive Initiative. She has also supported work on sustainable biofuel production and payment for ecosystem services at the World Resources Institute. She was a blog writer for EarthTrends and has been published in the Zoological Society of London and WWF Living Planet Report. Therese is an outdoor enthusiast, which brings her to climbing mountains wherever she can find them. Her role within GWC is to partner with business to support GWC’s mission. 

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