Allegra Wrocklage is the Program Manager for the Conservation Finance Network (CFN), supporting public, private, and nonprofit professionals working in conservation finance through intensive trainings, workshops, and network building to increase knowledge and resource-sharing in the field and accelerate innovative conservation financing strategies.
Prior to working with CFN, Allegra worked for the World Wildlife Fund’s US Government Relations team on lobbying and advocacy for sustainable agriculture and wildlife policy. She also consulted for the International Union for Conservation of Nature on forest management in Eastern Europe and interned for the Natural Infrastructure of Water Project with the World Resources Institute focusing on forested watershed management. Allegra served as an AmeriCorps member with the Wildlands Trust in Massachusetts, working with municipalities and private landowners to coordinate land conservation activities in the region.
Allegra received an MS in Environmental Policy from the University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability, as well as a BA from the University of Michigan.