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Coda Files: Margo Francis

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Originally published in the Science Chronicles, the “Coda Files” highlight the experiences and lessons learned from Coda Global Fellows assigned to improve The Nature Conservancy’s ability to assess our conservation impact in our global priorities. The summary is below and you can download the full profile here.
Coda Fellow: Margo Francis
Day Job: Project Information Manager, Amazon Program, Latin American Region
Assignment: Great Lakes Project
Duration: March 2011 – July 2012
Task: Manage a major initiative to create conservation measures for the Great Lakes Project, including a 120+-person Great Lakes Measures Conference.
Most Important Lesson Learned: “Business planning and measures at a whole systems scale is challenging. Programs like the Great Lakes Project are boldly taking these challenges on to integrate measures and assure accountability at all levels of their work.”

Return to Coda Global Fellows for Measures or Coda Files Dossier pages.