Sep 24, 2020
This time on the Anatomy in Clay Learning System podcast, two interviews about the wolf that revolve around a key moment in Anatomy in Clay®Learning System founder Jon Zahourek's work on the model that became the CANIKEN® - the Anatomy in Clay model used for hands-on learning about all canine anatomy. It was a moment that led to another full year of work for Jon in order to get the model right.
First up is Jessica Kole, the director of development for the W.O.L.F Sanctuary in Colorado. Jessica has been an active wolf advocate since the early 1990's.
With a Bachelor’s Degree in English and Education, Jessica has over 10 years experience in developing strategic marketing campaigns creating international processes for Fortune 500 businesses.
Jessica spends her free time traveling with her family, including baby Druid named after Yellowstone’s Druid Peak Pack, and educating others on wolf conservation and ethical tourism.
Second up, after Jessica, is Anatomy in Clay Learning System founder Jon Zahourek.
Intro and Outro music "Viscious Pen" by Moby courtesy of Moby Gratis.