Sally Harvey is excited to join the CSF Board of Directors after serving on CSF’s Program Committee in 2018-2019. She and her husband, Chris, came to San Diego with the U.S. Navy and moved to Coronado in 2015. Chris retired from active duty in 2017 and now works in the Civil Service for the Navy. They chose to remain in Coronado to raise their two sons (7th and 4th graders) in this small community with its excellent school district. They are committed CSF’s great work after witnessing first-hand how CSF programs have supported and enhanced their sons’ educations.
Sally works for World Wildlife Fund (WWF) the international conservation organization. Originally hired as Manager of Membership Travel in the Washington DC headquarters, Sally has continued to work for WWF through many military career moves. In her current role as Director of Special Expeditions, she develops, manages, and oversees international and domestic conservation travel programs for the organization’s top supporters and Board members. With a background in business and travel, she previously worked for adventure travel companies and with the U.S. Congress on parliamentary development programs in Eastern Europe.
Sally grew up on a ranch in Arizona. She received her undergraduate degree in history from Smith College, Northampton, MA, and holds an MBA from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.