The SAVE THE FROGS! Board of Directors is comprised of a team of a dedicated environmentalists with a wide range of experience in fields that include nonprofit management; amphibian conservation; environmental law; campaigning; business development; finance; and fundraising. The Board meets six times per year and ensures that SAVE THE FROGS! is fulfilling its legal and financial responsibilities, and its mission to protect amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. Current board members are listed below.
If you believe you can benefit SAVE THE FROGS! by serving on the Board of Directors, we encourage you to apply using the application at the bottom of this page.
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-- Sienne Hayes
Dr. Kriger is the Founder & Executive Director of SAVE THE FROGS!. Dr. Kriger conceived Save The Frogs Day, the world's largest day of amphibian education, and has given presentations on amphibian conservation in Argentina, Australia, Belize, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ghana, Mexico, New Zealand, Panama, Paraguay, South Korea, Spain and the USA. You can learn more about Dr. Kriger here and view his conservation accomplishments here.
Michael Horton is an Endangered Species and landscape conservation planning expert with more than 25 years of experience working for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). During this time Michael worked to conserve old growth forests in the Pacific Northwest; vernal pool wetlands and valley floor habitats along with associated amphibian, reptile, mammalian, and bird species in northern and central California; and forested and wetland habitats throughout the northeastern USA. During his last 16 years with the USFWS, Michael worked in the agency’s headquarters office in Washington, D.C. on legal, policy, and regulatory issues, and led development of the Service’s online Information, Planning, and Conservation decision support system (IPaC). Since leaving the USFWS in 2015, Michael has formed his own conservation consulting company, Integrated Planning and Conservation Associates (IPaCA), and now works to facilitate conservation across the U.S.
John Bohrman has been a lover of amphibians and reptiles since early childhood - growing up in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California, and giving names to all of the Western fence lizards and Pacific tree frogs in his backyard. John was, until very recently, a hydrographer in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Conservation Biology from CSU Fresno, including a semester studying biology and geology in New Zealand and Australia. When the semester ended, he traveled extensively throughout Australia, doing volunteer work in places like Kakadu National Park. In 2016, John joined SAVE THE FROGS! Ecotours to Ecuador and Peru. John has traveled to Costa Rica several times to see some of his favorite amphibians in their native habitat, including during the SAVE THE FROGS! 2019 Costa Rica Ecotour. These trips inspired him to retire early and make the permanent move to Costa Rica, where he looks forward to doing his part for frog conservation right in his own backyard. Pura Vida!
Choti Singh developed a passion for wildlife and nature as a child. She spent her school years in India, Kenya, and rural Zambia. Among all the animal species she spent time with, Choti was especially drawn to frogs, as well as her early love of snakes! After pursuing a degree in Zoology with a focus in animal behavior, she conducted graduate research involving taste-choice in rodents, as well as maternal bonding in primates. She subsequently specialized in forensic psychology and worked in the mental health field profession, but has maintained her love for conserving wildlife and preserving the environment. Choti has taken part in SAVE THE FROGS! Ecotours in Belize, Ecuador, and Costa Rica, and loves to photograph wildlife. Choti plans to return to Zambia soon.
SAVE THE FROGS! is currently seeking board members to assist with our worldwide amphibian conservation efforts. If you feel you have expertise that would contribute to our Board, please email us your resume and include your responses to the following questions:
(1) What do you see as being your main role within SAVE THE FROGS!? How would SAVE THE FROGS! benefit by having your active involvement?
(2) How many hours per month do you envision putting into SAVE THE FROGS!?
(3) Do you expect to be able to donate to or fundraise for SAVE THE FROGS!, and if so, to what extent? Please be as specific as possible.
(4) Are there any steps SAVE THE FROGS! should take in the near future to improve our organization and thereby further our mission?
Thank you for your interest!