Jennie Garlington was exposed to environmental issues at a young age, thereby launching a lifetime commitment to stewardship and sustainability. An accomplished television producer, Jennie parlayed her passion for the environment in to her career.
From 1994 to 2001 Jennie served as an associate producer at CNN Environment Unit’s EARTH MATTERS. She produced stories on such timely issues as the proposed mine on the Okefenokee; the fate of Ossabaw Island; the future of Cumberland Island; the migration of Right whales in Florida, and the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone National Park.
Environmental stewardship is central to Jennie’s community involvement as the executive producer and host of EcoSense for Living, a television show and Public Service Announcement (PSA) campaign she created to promote sustainability beyond our homes and educate consumers about other earth-friendly choices that lessen our environmental footprint.