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Jordan Gray is the Education Coordinator for the Turtle Survival Alliance, a United States-based conservation nonprofit that works in more than 15 countries across the world. A Virginia native, Jordan has lived in numerous American states and abroad, all of which have provided various opportunities for him to cultivate his passion for turtles and tortoises and all wildlife and the ecosystems in which they live. As a passionate conservationist, Jordan serves on numerous committees and advisory groups, including the IUCN SSC Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group, the North American Box Turtle Conservation Committee, the AZA SAFE: American Turtle Program steering committee, the Southeast Regional Representative of the Diamondback Terrapin Working Group, the North American Freshwater Turtle Research Group, and as a cofounder of the Terrapin Educational Research Program of Savannah. Jordan's mission is to leverage his enthusiasm for educational outreach to instill an appreciation for turtles and tortoises while advocating for the stewardship of their ecosystems and habitats.

Jordan Gray

February 02, 2024 @ 11 am CST
Pre K - 6th Grade

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Jordan Gray
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