Camilla H. Fox is founder and Executive Director of Project Coyote, a national nonprofit organization that promotes educated coexistence between people and coyotes, and advocates on behalf of coyotes and other native carnivores. She is a wildlife consultant, and serves as an advisory board member to several national wildlife organizations.
Camilla has also served as an appointed member of the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture’s National Wildlife Services Advisory Committee, and currently serves on the steering committee of the international Human Wildlife Conflict Collaboration. She was awarded the Humanitarian of the Year Award by the Marin Humane Society, and received the Christine Stevens Wildlife Award.
Ms. Fox holds a master’s degree in environmental studies with a focus on wildlife ecology, policy and conservation from Prescott College, and a bachelor’s degree from Boston University, where she graduated magna cum laude.
With more than 19 years of experience working on behalf of wildlife and wild land, she has been featured in The New York Times, in USA Today Magazine, in several films, and on the BBC and NPR. A frequent speaker on wildlife issues, she has also contributed articles to more than 70 publications, and is producer of the award-winning documentary Cull of the Wild: the Truth Behind Trapping. Ms. Fox is co-author of Coyotes in Our Midst: Coexisting with an Adaptable and Resilient Carnivore, and co-editor and lead author of the book Cull of the Wild: A Contemporary Analysis of Trapping in the United States.