Meg Lowman is well-known across the globe as an inspiring, motivating, fun, and educational speaker on the topics of forest and big tree conservation, canopy walkways, and canopy research.
Renowned internationally as a pioneer in the field of forest canopy research ecology, she is an arbornaut who scales the treetops for research and conversation (and for sheer love of the treetops and all that lives in them). Her superpower as a speaker is found in her humorous, lively storytelling and in her ability to make complex science and conservation ideas easily understandable to a wide variety of audiences.
Whether speaking in person or virtually, Meg connects to audiences across what she calls the “K through Gray” spectrum — meaning just about everyone.
Regularly engaged to participate in conservation and educational webinars and panel discussions, Meg is also frequently tapped to participate in international conferences (such as co-chairing the education symposium of the 2021 International Canopy Conference).
Meg is equally thrilled to present to corporations and nonprofits as she is to speak to grade school and high school classrooms, associations such as the UN Women USA, alumni groups, scientists, citizen scientists, and colleges and universities. If you would like to inquire about booking Meg for a speaking event, please contact All American Speakers.
To watch some of Meg’s past presentations, see below.