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Episode 19: Connecting With Nature in a Virtual World

Jennifer Mulholland & Jeff Shuck
October 28, 2020
Have you ever had the experience of being completely stuck on a problem, only to walk outside and have the answer immediately pop into your head? Have you ever laid in bed, stressed about something to the point of sleeplessness, only to wake up with complete clarity? Nature and rest are an incredible, inspiring duo. 
For Jon Cass,  Digital Fundraising and Marketing Strategist  of World Wildlife Fund, the importance of nature has never been more clear. At a time when everything feels topsy turvy, he wanted to help people experience the healing power of nature while creating a new way forward for a more balanced world. 
On today’s episode of Plenty for Everyone we meet with one of our favorite conscious leaders and clients, Jon Cass, to discuss how rest and nature helped him to open up to what’s possible, transcend our new virtual world, and make decisions that are congruent to the mission of WWF. 
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Jon Cass manages the Peer to Peer Fundraising Program for World Wildlife Fund, an international conservation organization working to develop and deliver innovative solutions that protect communities, wildlife, and the places in which they live.

Prior to coming to WWF, Jon developed and implemented digital marketing and fundraising strategies as the Director of Digital Strategy at Animal Humane Society in Minnesota’s Twin Cities and as the Associate Director of ePhilanthropy at Children’s National Medical Center in DC.

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