Jul 3, 2018
Eszterhas, our next
podcast guest, told me she is no longer a workaholic, but as our
conversation progressed, I had to wonder if she was telling me the
truth! Suzi has created an internationally recognized name for
herself in wildlife conservation photography, particularly baby
animals and their families. She leads three group photo tour
adventures per year, started a non-profit for young women
photographers called Girls Who Click
and is an author of several
children’s books. In addition to all of that, she co-authors books
with conservationists, she speaks at fundraising engagements and
writes several magazine articles per year.
is a passion “doer”; she is doing not working. It is rare, but
should not be, to turn a passion into a livelihood and still be in
love with it. Suzi is a model of what we can become through hard
work, dedication and stay true to our passions.
enjoyed our conversation in this podcast. We talked about childhood
love of animals and her first adventure to Kenya where she helped
raise a Serval cub (the entire story is told in her book,
Me). She tells us about
her first camera adventures to how she is now helping young women
use cameras to tell their stories.
is an inspiration. I often dream to live the lives of my guests.
This is also true with Suzi. Her story resonates with my childhood
dreams. I had always wanted to go to Africa to observe and
experience the wildlife and culture.
you, Suzi, for bringing awareness about conservation and wildlife
to so many people. Also, thank you for empowering young women
in Girls Who Click to follow their dreams to tell their stories.
Beautiful Photographs Suzi shared with us:
*Intro and Closing by Dale Wilman and music by