Welcome to the Northwestern University Wildlife Club Homepage!

We're excited for this upcoming year. Check out the Meetings and Events tab for planned events and head to the Contact tab to reach out to us!

About Northwestern University's Wildlife Club

Our Mission

1. Create an inclusive community for people of all backgrounds

2. Be advocates for the wildlife on our campus, our local habitats, and globally

3. Provide leadership and career-building opportunities

4. Establish connections with local conservation organizations on behalf of wildlife advocacy

About Us

Wildlife Club is a relatively new student organization, founded in 2019, bringing together students of Northwestern University who are interested in wildlife and the environment.

We aim to build connections, impart knowledge, expand personal interests, and most importantly, have fun while doing so!

Our organization welcomes any student regardless of year or major. If you're interested in joining, send us an email found on our Contact page.

Meetings and Events

Check out our Google Sheet of the full list of Meetings and Events!

Previous events and speakers:

General Weekly Meetings (Thursdays)
Kresge Hall, Room 2435, 5-6 PM

Previous Events and Speakers



Fall 2019
Mary Hennan, Director of the Chicago Peregrine Program
Fall 2020
Dr. Maureen Murray, Wildlife Disease Ecologist
Winter 2020
Annette Prince, Director of the Chicago Bird Collision Monitors
Winter 2021
Dr. Paul Caradonna, Conservation Scientist; Professor at Northwestern University

Meet Our Officers!

Executive Positions

Minju Lee

Position: President
Major: Environmental Science
Hometown: Seoul, Korea and Chicago, IL
Favorite Animal: Serval

Christian Healy

Position: President
Major: Environmental Science & RTVF
Minor: Spanish
Hometown: New York
Favorite Animal:

Brennan Jackson

Position: Treasurer
Major: Mathematics
Hometown: Los Angeles
Favorite Animal: Hippos

Gracie Darlington

Position: Events Chair
Major: LOC
Minor EPC
Hometown: Dallas, Texas
Favorite Animal:

Julia Sottile

Position: PR Chair
Major: Environmental Science and Classics
Hometown: Milwaukee
Favorite Animal: Octopuses

Admin Board

Sammi Boas

Position: Assistant Social Engagement Chair
Major: Journalism
Minor: History & EPC
Certificate: IMC
Favorite Animal:

Vlad Nevirkovets

Position: Academic and Bird Watching Chair
Favorite Animal:

Eric Epstein

Position: Assistant Social Engagement Chair
Favorite Animal:

Contact Us!