Shannon Miller

Printer-friendly version
Florida Program Coordinator
727-823-3888
shannon.miller@defenders.org

Areas of expertise: Offshore Oil/Gas Drilling, Habitat for Bears Campaign/Kids for Cubs Training Program Coordinator, Education and Outreach support, Living With Wildlife Program, Volunteer coordination Shannon manages office services that support the program and operations of the Florida Program Office. Her core programmatic issues include Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling, Habitat for Bears Campaign, Living with Wildlife Outreach, Event and Volunteer coordination. Before joining Defenders of Wildlife in 2009, Shannon gained years of executive level administrative experience, GIS skills utilized while working for the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission, and several years of volunteer service where she shouldered training and education, fundraising, data collection and hands on care for a wildlife rehabilitation facility. Wildlife rehabilitation included traveling to Spain after the Prestige oil spill in 2002 where she volunteered at an oiled seabird rescue hospital. Shannon has a B.S. in Environmental Science and Policy from the University of South Florida.

You may also be interested in:

Northern long-eared bat, © Steven Thomas/NPS
Fact Sheet
Bats are the only mammals capable of true flight. With extremely elongated fingers and a wing membrane stretched between, the bat’s wing anatomically resembles the human hand.
alligator, © Dolores Rose
Fact Sheet
The American alligator is the largest reptile in North America. It has a large, dark (usually black), slightly rounded body and thick limbs. Unlike the crocodile, the alligator has a broad head.
Fact Sheet
The American black bear is the smallest of the three bears species found in North America, and are found only in North America. Black bears have short, non-retractable claws that give them an excellent tree-climbing ability.