Meet the Center for Biological Diversity's Population and Sustainability Team:
Stephanie Feldstein, Population and Sustainability Director, leads the Center’s work to highlight and address threats to endangered species and wild places from runaway human population growth and overconsumption. Previously Stephanie worked for, where she helped hundreds of people start and win online campaigns to protect wildlife. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and has years of experience in organizing, outreach and communications, with a focus on animals and the environment.

Contact: Portland, OR, 734.395.0770,


Sarah Baillie, Population and Sustainability Organizer, manages our Endangered Species Condoms project and coordinates events for Pillow Talk, an outreach program geared toward museum and science center visitors. She holds a bachelor’s in wildlife conservation from the University of Delaware and a master’s in biology from Villanova University; she’s also working toward a master’s of public administration at the University of Arizona. Before joining the Center she worked as an environmental educator and lab coordinator.

Contact: Tucson, AZ, 520.623.5252 ext. 308,


Kelley Dennings, Population and Sustainability Campaigner, helps lead the Center’s work to highlight and address the connection between exponential human population growth and threats to endangered species and wild places. Before joining the Center, she worked in waste reduction and forest conservation. She is the founding president of the Social Marketing Association of North America, which works to advance behavior change for social good, and is a certified family planning health worker. She holds a bachelor’s degree in natural resources from N.C. State and a master’s degree in public health from the University of South Florida.

Contact: Washington, DC, 919-355-8102,


Kim Dinan, Media Specialist, helps coordinate and plan the Center’s media and communications strategy for the Population and Sustainability Program. Before joining us she worked as a freelance journalist for nearly a decade and in recycling, waste reduction and sustainability for Marion County, Oregon and the city of Portland. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Ohio University.  

Contact: Asheville, NC,


Jennifer Molidor, Senior Food Campaigner, drives the Population and Sustainability program's Earth-friendly Diet initiatives related to meat production and consumption, industrial agriculture, overconsumption and population growth, and the impact of our food systems on wildlife and the planet. She helps lead our sustainable food initiatives, including the Take Extinction Off Your Plate campaign. Before joining the Center in 2015, she worked for several years on a number of food, wildlife, and environmental campaigns as the staff writer for the Animal Legal Defense Fund; she holds a Ph.D. in English and Irish studies from the University of Notre Dame.

Contact: Santa Rosa, CA,


Linda Rico, Communications Associate, handles the social media, website and graphic design needs of the Population and Sustainability program. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in visual communications from Hawaii Pacific University, with a minor in international studies. Before joining the Center, she worked in the nonprofit sector doing digital media, marketing and communications work, as well as freelance multimedia consulting.

Contact: Tucson, AZ,



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