Remembering Alan Rabinowitz

Alan Rabinowitz

 

Jane Fraser and Alan Rabinowitz
Jane Fraser and Alan Rabinowitz

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Stuttering Foundation Board Member Dr. Alan Rabinowitz. Known around the world as one of the foremost conservationists of “big cats” through his work with Panthera, Alan will forever be remembered by the stuttering community as a true inspiration. His book, A Boy and a Jaguar, chronicles his fulfillment of a promise to speak for animals, and people, who cannot speak for themselves.

 

Obituaries in The New York Times:
Alan Rabinowitz, Conservationist of Wild Cats, Dies at 64

The board and staff of Panthera mourn the passing of our co-founder, Alan Rabinowitz

 

The Washington Post: Alan Rabinowitz, champion of leopards, jaguars and other wild cats, dies at 64

 

 

The Scientist: Wild Cat Conservationist Alan Rabinowitz Dies

 

The Nation: World mourns passing of leading wild cat expert and conservationist Alan Rabinowitz, age 64

 

WCS: WCS Offers Tribute to Dr. Alan Rabinowitz

 

 

 

Rabinowitz Leaves a Legacy in the Animal & Stuttering Communities

 

 

Articles from National Geographic:
"Indomitable" Jaguars May Have Lessons in Survival for Us

Alan Rabinowitz, Wild Cats' Champion and Protector, Dies

 

 

 

Video of Alan Rabinowitz sharing his story about stuttering during the Stuttering Foundation's gala

 

 

 

 

 

Statement on the Life and Legacy of Panthera Founder and Renowned Conservationist, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz

 

 

Updated Aug. 9, 2018