Natalie Kyriacou appointed Director at Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife


Natalie Kyriacou OAM has been appointed to the Board of Directors at the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW).

FNPW’s mission is to safeguard wilderness and wildlife for future generations. They work with government, corporate Australia and other NGOs to restore native land and wildlife populations and support local environmental communities.

Ms Kyriacou said on LinkedIn she was “delighted” to be appointed to the Board of FNPW.

Natalie Kyriacou is a well-known environmentalist.

The young entrepreneur is a well-known environmentalist, having received the Medal of the Order of Australia in 2018 for her services to wildlife and environmental conservation and education.

She is also the founder of My Green World, a social organisation dedicated to educating and encouraging positive youth participation to help charitable initiatives in wildlife and environmental conservation.




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