Allison Turner, owner and CEO of BCoSF Media and Business Consultants of South Florida (BCoSF), is a resident of Delray Beach, Florida and brings over 25 years of experience in a variety of industries where she honed her skills in management, customer service, event planning, marketing, and communications. At BCoSF, she brings her passion for creativity, finance and management to the company. Using her drive for perfection and time management skills that she learned as a Division I College Athlete, she brings consistency, focus and passion to her work with businesses. She oversees two divisions of BCoSF, Business Consultants of South Florida and BCoSF Media, which houses the branding, website design, online marketing services and video production.
Allison stated, “I’m excited to be joining the board for The Institute for Regional Conservation. Their research and work is definitely something I am passionate about and I look forward to helping the organization grow and build its resources and name.” Welcome to IRC, Allison!
IRC’s Chief Conservation Strategist, George Gann, presents a talk as a featured speaker during the 2018 FNPS Conference titled ‘The Promise (and some perils) of Ecological Restoration’ on Friday, May 18th. The talk was well attended and resulted in a great discussion with the attendees about ecological restoration, global restoration initiatives, and more. To view the presentation, click here.
IRC’s Field Biologist, Michelle Smith, presents a poster at the 2018 FNPS Conference titled ‘Restoring Pine Rocklands’ on Friday, May 18th. Michelle discussed with attendees about IRC’s work with other agencies to restore and manage Pine Rockland habitats in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties. To view the poster, click here.
IRC’s Field Biologist, Alexander Blochel, presents a poster at the 2018 FNPS Conference titled ‘Pineland Croton, Croton linearis’ on Friday, May 18th. Alex discussed with attendees about IRC’s work with the USFWS Cooperative Recovery Initiative to prevent the extinction of Bartram’s scrub-hairstreak (Strymon acis bartrami) and Florida leafwing (Anaea troglodyta floridalis) butterflies in the lower Florida Keys. To view the poster, click here.