Product Innovation Manager
Sue Pollock is the Product Innovation Manager at The Nature Conservancy in California, ensuring that the organization develops conservation science products iteratively with stakeholders at the center, and a path to impact.
With an MBA in Design Strategy, Sue merges the innovation discipline with scientific practice, incorporating lean and agile principles to test assumptions more rapidly and de-risk strategies. Prior to her current position, Sue served in multiple roles at The Nature Conservancy including Associate Director of Marketing Operations, Project Director for Conservation Program Development, and Executive Assistant.
What Sue is working on now:
Currently, Sue is applying lean impact to a number of conservation products and also managing the scaling up of a couple of specific products such as the use of remote monitoring tools in the land trust space and camera trap and machine learning for island biosecurity.
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