Mark Tercek Twitter Chat: CEO Answers Your Questions

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The Nature Conservancy's President and CEO Mark Tercek

Are you interested in learning more about the man behind The Nature Conservancy? Join our president and CEO, Mark Tercek, this Thursday, June 7, from 12-12:30pm EDT for a Twitter chat.

@MarkTercek and @nature_org will be answering your questions during this 30-minute Twitter chat. Ask Mark about his recent profile in Bloomberg BusinessWeek or his marathon training with Team Nature — anything goes! This is your chance to get to know our CEO.

To participate, follow @MarkTercek and @nature_org on Twitter, and be sure to include the hashtag #AskMarkT in your tweets to follow along and contribute to the conversation.

If you have a question that you’d like to Mark to answer, please post a comment below. We’ll select a handful to answer during the chat.

We look forward to tweeting with you. Don’t forget to follow hashtag #AskMarkT!

What would you like to ask Mark?

[Image: Mark R. Tercek photographed at the Conservancy's Worldwide headquarters in Arlington, VA. Image source: Erika Nortemann/TNC]

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Comments: Mark Tercek Twitter Chat: CEO Answers Your Questions

  •  Comment from Beth

    How do you juggle training for a marathon, spending time with your family, and manage The Nature Conservancy?

  •  Comment from GreenGirl

    Question for Mark Tercek: How do you find time to train for marathons and run The Nature Conservancy? What is your marathon training schedule like?

  •  Comment from Suzanne

    I’ve noticed you’re active on Twitter (which is great!). How do you find the time for social media with your busy schedule?

  •  Comment from mike

    What does a typical day look like for you and what do you like best and least about your role?

  •  Comment from mary

    It’s simply amazing to think that TNC played a role in protecting the Marin Headlands across from the golden gate bridge in CA. What big ideas are in the works?

  •  Comment from sam

    Is running a marathon among the wild animals in Lewa preserve dangerous and what motivates you to run 26.2 miles.

  •  Comment from jamie

    Wow, TNC is really using digital for a competitive advantage to communicate with people like me. Do you have digital career opportunities and is digital strategic to your vision?

  •  Comment from amy

    What is your philosophy on life and what’s next for Mark Tercek?

  •  Comment from mark

    What’s your favorite thing to do in nature? What do you want everyone to know about nature?

  •  Comment from Bob

    The Nature Conservancy works with some controversial partners (like DOW and BP). How do you select who to partner with?

  •  Comment from Natalie

    Marathon runners use a lot of resources in their training, from driving to group runs to acquiring a lot of gear. What are your favorite ways to reduce, reuse and recycle while training for a marathon?

  •  Comment from Amanda

    When choosing to donate, why should I support The Nature Conservancy, rather than WWF or another large international environmental organization?

  • I’m a little out of shape right now, what would be a good routine to train for something like that?

  •  Comment from Anonymous

    Mr. Tercek-
    How do you like your water? Distilled, spring, alkaline?

  •  Comment from Lee Gross

    How can we encourage accounting for natural capital depletion within investment decisions on Wall Street?

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