Anne Mauro is the Senior Conservation Coordinator of Grange Insurance Audubon Center in Columbus, Ohio, where she works with habitat restoration, community conservation, and public education. She graduated from The Ohio State University with a B.S in Forestry and Wildlife Management. Anne has spent about eight years working in avian research across the country with a focus on waterbird management in Florida. For over two years, she served as the Avian Biologist for Rookery Bay Reserve where she managed nesting shorebirds and wading birds in the Ten Thousand Islands region. Anne has also worked closely with multiple Ohio conservation partners over the past two years on upland gamebird surveys and neotropical passerine migration with ODNR, Black Swamp Bird Observatory, and OSU. Anne is currently a member of Ohio Ornithological Society’s Conservation Committee and the Florida Flamingo Working Group. In her spare time, she enjoys long distance running and birding by ear while training for marathons.