Wildlife Rescue, Education, and Conservation
Wild Things Media
Elena is the Executive Director of Wild Things Media
Wild Things Media (WTM) is a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization that is dedicated to the protection and wellbeing of all animals. WTM leverages media to fund organizations and joint projects that rescue animals in need.
To learn more about Wild Things Media, please visit WildThingsMedia.com
To view the media, please visit:
Watch For Wildlife
Elena is the Campaign Executive Director of Watch For Wildlife
Watch for Wildlife is a local and global wildlife-vehicle collision prevention campaign.
Numerous organizations across the United States are joining efforts in response to a highly recognized need, which includes:
1) greater awareness about wildlife-vehicle collision prevention, and
2) increasing safety on our roads for both wildlife and people.
To learn more, please visit: WatchForWildlife.org
Wildlife SOS, India
Elena is a Board Member of Wildlife SOS
Wildlife SOS is a conservation non-profit in India, established in 1995 with the primary objective of rescuing and rehabilitating wildlife in distress in the country, and preserving India’s natural heritage. It is currently one of the largest Wildlife Organizations in South Asia.
In 2005, as Wildlife SOS Co-Founders, Kartick Satyanarayan and Geeta Seshamani, were traveling to the United States as guest speakers at various fundraising and awareness engagements, they met
with many people abroad who were eager to be supportive of the cause. Wildlife SOS USA was set up as a 501(c)3 charity organization in order to act as a vehicle for Americans to rally to the cause of protecting and enabling Geeta and Kartick’s work in support of endangered and threatened wildlife.
To learn more about Wildlife SOS, please visit: http://wildlifesos.org/history/
Wildlife Rescue League
Elena is a Board Member of Wildlife Rescue League
The Wildlife Rescue League is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing care for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife with the intent of releasing them back into their native habitat. The organization's licensed rehabilitators, located throughout the Northern Virginia and surrounding areas, work with a network of volunteers, wildlife centers, animal shelters, humane societies, nature centers and veterinary hospitals to provide life-saving work for wildlife in need.
To learn more about the Wildlife Rescue League, please visit