|This article is a stub. You can help by expanding it.|
"Marie-Eve Marchand is from Quebec, Canada and moved to Boulder in 2009. She has a business degree, a Masters in Environmental Sciences and has extensive experience with non-profit management such as budgeting, fundraising, staff recruitment and development, board liaison and communication. As a former Executive Director of the CPAWS Quebec chapter she helped develop the idea of Wilderness in French “Nature sauvage” and played a key in role in the Quebec government’s commitment to protect at least half of Northern Quebec. She also received the Golden Leaf Award from the Canadian Council on ecological Integrity for the work she led to protect the Dumoine watershed. She is a national trustee for the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society and a member of the World Commission on Protected Areas (IUCN-WPCA). She is currently working in a campaign to bring the plains bison back to Banff National Park in Canada as well as working on the Nature Needs Half program with WILD." 
- Special Projects, WILD Foundation
Resources and articles
- Staff & Associates, WILD Foundation, accessed December 14, 2011.