Shakeup inside Audubon comms shop as staffers exit

By Robin Bravender | 05/01/2024 04:13 PM EDT

Two top communications officials are leaving the conservation organization. 

A flock of birds framed against the orange sky in the Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area, Pennsylvania.

Top communications officials have left the National Audubon Society. Barth Bailey/

The National Audubon Society is losing two top communications officials.

Betty Su, the organization’s chief marketing and communication officer, left the organization Tuesday, she told colleagues in an internal email obtained by E&E News.

Su, who describes herself on LinkedIn as a “Driven C-suite Executive with a passion for unlocking powerful stories and brand strategies at organizations undergoing change,” started at Audubon in December 2022.


She and Audubon CEO Elizabeth Gray “have mutually agreed that it is in the best interest of me and the organization to part ways,” Su told her colleagues in that email sent in March.