Recently transitioning from her career as a zookeeper, Corina Newsome is currently a graduate biology student at Georgia Southern University, specializing in avian conservation. Corina earned her B.A. in Zoo and Wildlife Biology from Malone University (OH) in 2015, and since graduating, has founded several programs to encourage ethnic and socioeconomic minority high school students to consider careers in wildlife science. Corina grew up in downtown Philadelphia and has always had a desire to participate in, and advocate for, the protection of wildlife and natural spaces. She works to encourage minorities in the U.S. to explore the great outdoors and draw a connection for Christians between their faith and participation in creation stewardship.
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