BCI's Board appointed Roger Still as a new member, further expanding the skills and experience of our Board.
Bat Conservation International’s Board of Directors appointed Roger Still as a new member this month, further expanding the skills and experience of our Board. Still was appointed to a three-year term on June 17.
“Roger brings with him conservation experience, expertise, and passion,” said Dr. Charles Chester, BCI Board Chair. “His work over the past two decades will help multiply our successes in ending bat extinctions.”
Still has 25 years’ experience in conservation, including as State Director of The Nature Conservancy of Missouri and Vice President of the Mississippi River Region at the National Audubon Society, and has served as consultant to leading for-profit, non-profit, and government organizations.
He currently leads the L-A-D Foundation, the largest private landowner in the state of Missouri, a model of sustainable forestry, and habitat for a host of species of conservation importance, including bats.
“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work closely with Roger to advance bat conservation here and around the world,” said Mike Daulton, BCI Executive Director. “His deep strategic insight and connections throughout the conservation and philanthropic sectors will be invaluable to BCI in the years ahead.”