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In addition to her work at Integrate Legal, Rita Chowdhury also holds positions on on the Taronga Zoofari Committee and the Harbour Trust Community Advisory Committee.
Taronga is a centre of conservation excellence and participates in regional and global conservation breeding programs to establish insurance populations of species threatened in the wild. Taronga helps to protect threatened and priority wildlife by supporting 44 research and conservation projects across Australia, and a further 25 programs around the globe.
From the tiny Corroborree Frogs to Australasia’s first Greater One-horned Rhino calf, Taronga’s efforts have kept and will keep these species alive for generations to come. Critical to these activities are the fundraising efforts which are undertaken by the Taronga Foundation. Zoofari is the Taronga Foundation’s major annual Fundraising Gala event.
The Zoofari committee works to ensure the Gala raises both funds and awareness for conservation programs and for improving Taronga’s facilities in Sydney and at Western Plains Zoo.
The Harbour Trust protects some of the most historically significant sites on Sydney Harbour. These include Cockatoo Island, North Head Sanctuary - Manly, Headland Park - Mosman, Macquarie Light Station - Vaucluse, Sub Base Platypus - Neutral Bay and Woolwich Dock and Parklands.
The Harbour Trust’s sites are known for their natural beauty, significance for the First Nations and the insights they offer into Sydney's layered past.
The Harbour Trust Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is the primary community advisory body to the Trust and its members provide important input, advice and recommendations to assist with and inform the Trust in making decisions about Trust sites.
The CAC facilitates and supports the Harbour Trust’s vision of creating extraordinary places on the world’s best harbour that are inspiring, loved, shared and for the enjoyment of all Australians and visitors to Australia.