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Anonymous shared this review of The Nature Conservancy, United States on Jan 4th, 2021
"The goals of the org are good. But its still a big place with a lot of challenges of a big organization. It is actively working to improve organizational culture and I hold hope for the transparent conversations and goals to be more inclusive and equitable."
Anonymous shared this review of The Nature Conservancy, United States on Oct 9th, 2020
"I work entry level and I am not a parent--that said I have plenty of flexibility. If you're a young woman starting out in the engineering field this would be a great place to grow."
Anonymous shared this review of The Nature Conservancy on Sep 25th, 2018
"The organization is making strides to evaluation their policies in relation to gender gaps at senior leader levels and equity policies. There's still progress to be had, but there is work happening."
Anonymous shared this review of The Nature Conservancy on May 23rd, 2018
"Great place to work and committed to advancing an inclusive and empowering organizational climate for women. Always more work to be done in this regard but organization is paying attention and holding itself to account. "
Anonymous shared this review of The Nature Conservancy on Mar 21st, 2016
"I've worked here for 1 year, but there are not a lot of women within the conservation department (although I am starting to note changes in recent months). Our regional team has several women working within the marketing and philanthropy departments, however. While maternity leave is a legal requirement in the country I work in, I think it can be difficult to fully have maternity leave without expectations to answer emails and phone calls."