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The Obama Administration selected Na’Taki Osborne Jelks, manager of Education and Advocacy Programs in National Wildlife Federation’s (NWF) Atlanta office, as one of 14 White House Champions of Change for her outstanding work in engaging the next generation of conservation leaders.

She is a founding member and Executive Director of the West Atlanta Watershed Alliance and has also gained recognition through her initiative to lead NWF’s Atlanta Earth Tomorrow® Program, a multicultural, environmental education and leadership program to develop youth environmental literacy and life skills that help them contribute to the ecological health of their communities.

Since 2001, Na’Taki has tirelessly worked with more than 2,500 students from across the Atlanta school system in this robust year-long program.


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