Marie Finn was born and raised in Ohio, graduating from Seton High School before beginning her career in publishing here in Cincinnati. Her career in publishing continued for many years in California, where she discovered a love of nature, especially native wildflowers.
Upon returning to Cincinnati, she began taking courses in art and graphic design at Mount St. Joseph University. It was through the Mount that she learned of Western Wildlife Corridor, and began volunteering in 2016, helping to remove invasive species and working on the newsletter. In her new role, she will continue with the newsletter, and will work closely with the President, Members of the Board of Trustees and Chairs of the WWC operating committees to implement the organization’s initiatives.
“It is really exciting for me to be in this new role as Administrative Coordinator, and I am so grateful to be a part of Western Wildlife Corridor. Hope to see you on the trails!” — Marie Finn