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FCF Mini Conference
We have had to re-evaluate the pandemic and, seeing the challenges many organizations still have with budgets, we made the decision to go virtual for our Conference. Our 2021 virtual mini conference will feature several small presentations, messages from the President and Executive Director as well as our annual membership meeting.

1PM Welcome from Executive Director
1:30 PM Message from President
2 PM Legislative update from Bill Hanka
2:30 PM Conservation and COVID from Debi Willoughby
3 PM Membership Meeting
4 PM Virtual Happy Hour

Jun 19, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Mindy Stinner
Co Founder and Director @The Park at the Conservators Center
Mindy Stinner co-founded the Conservators Center in 1999 with a focus on wild felids and other small carnivores. The Center, located in Mebane, NC, is an educational wildlife park with a mission to reconnect people with wildlife. As part of launching the Conservators Center, Mindy trained with the NC State Animal Response Team in 2000, and has been participating in zoo-oriented safety and preparedness training for the past two decades. Ms. Stinner has previously served FCF as Vice President, Director of Conservation and editor of the FCF Journal, and has been updating and teaching the Wild Feline Husbandry Course since 2003.
Bill Hanka
President and CEO @Hanka Advisor LLC
Bill Hanka is an seasoned professional with 22 years of proven success advocating for private sector and government clients at the federal level. Bill worked for 10 years honing his skills in positions at the White House, the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives.
Debi Willoughby
Director @Jungle Encounters
Jungle Encounters was formed in January 2001 to raise awareness about and funds for wildlife conservation through educational lectures. Over the years the focus became more on small wild cats. In 2016 we reformed our efforts from educational lectures to small wild cat field research in the country of Belize.