South Carolina Wildlife Federation Hires New Director of Education

BeBe Dalton Harrison

BeBe Dalton Harrison, SCWF Director of Education

The South Carolina Wildlife Federation (SCWF) has hired BeBe Dalton Harrison as the organization’s new Director of Education. Harrison brings a passion for teaching others about the outdoors and our state’s wildlife and natural resources. In this role, Harrison will continue the SCWF’s outstanding education programs, partner with other organizations to lead programs such as Project WILD and Academics Afield, and build support from citizens and groups taking part in our education programs.

“We are excited to have BeBe join our team,” said SCWF Executive Director Sara Green. “As SCWF adds new programs to our education lineup, her experience and expertise will draw even more engagement to help support SCWF and increase our impact for wildlife.”

Born in Charleston, Harrison currently resides in Mt. Pleasant. She has worked in natural resources education for more than twenty years, ranging from government agencies, to designing education programs for organizations, to running her own outdoor aquatic education business. Most recently she served as the Director of Outreach and Engagement for MyFishCount through the Angler Action Foundation. Prior to that, she developed custom outdoor education programs for organizations including the national award-winning aquatic education program for the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. “It is such a privilege to join the SCWF team, and I am thrilled to engage with folks all around the state with our education efforts,” says Harrison.

The South Carolina Wildlife Federation is active in promoting sound stewardship of our natural treasures. Through educational and public awareness programs and partnerships, the Federation works to establish policies that sustain, protect, and enhance the natural systems which give life to us all. Special events and online learning opportunities encourage all South Carolinians to connect to nature in their own backyard and across the Palmetto State.

About the South Carolina Wildlife Federation:
One of 53 state & territory affiliates of the National Wildlife Federation, the South Carolina Wildlife Federation (SCWF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and the oldest conservation organization in the state actively advocating for science-based conservation policy and producing high-quality education programs. SCWF’s mission is to conserve and restore South Carolina’s wildlife and wildlife habitat through education and advocacy. For more information, visit: www.scwf.org.


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