Lybrich van der Linden, who served as an intern at the WOW Project Coordination Unit for over 10 months has left to complete her studies in Coastal Zone Management at the University of Wageningen. Over the course of her internship she supported the project in many ways and was fully integrated in the PCU team. As a superb "conference organiser" she helped organise the Almen Capacity Building Workshop and the recent WOW Project Team Meeting in Wageningen.
In addition to assisting the PCU with day-to-day office tasks, she also worked closely with the WOW Communication Officer on the development of the WOW website and other communication materials and the Wetlands International CSN Team on the digitization of flyway maps for AEWA species.
For many, Lybrich was the positive, approachable and friendly face at the PCU and she will be missed by the entire WOW team!
We would like to take this opportunity to once again thank her for all the support she gave to the PCU and to the project during her internship and wish her much success and all the best for the future!
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