Hi, my name is Sarah

Hi, my name is Sarah

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Why did you join WildHub?

Response: I joined WildHub to connect with fellow conservationists, access resources, and contribute to collaborative efforts in wildlife conservation.

What is your current position in conservation?

Response: I am a research assistant trainee at the Women in Conservation Organization, with a BSc. in Wildlife Management from Sokoine University of Agriculture. I've also interned at Lion Landscapes and GMERC Project.

In which country are you based?

Response: I am based in Tanzania, United Republic of.

Which connections are you hoping to gain?

Response: As an early career researcher, I seek connections with professionals and organizations in wildlife conservation to exchange ideas, explore collaborations, and discover opportunities for career advancement, training, and scholarships.

What do you hope to learn and/or contribute to the WildHub community?

Response: I hope to learn from the diverse experiences and insights shared by fellow members of the WildHub community. I aim to broaden my understanding of conservation practices, strategies, and challenges worldwide by engaging with professionals and enthusiasts from various backgrounds and fields of expertise. Additionally, I look forward to sharing my knowledge, skills, and perspectives to contribute to collaborative efforts and meaningful conservation initiatives within the WildHub community.

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Go to the profile of Lara Reden
2 months ago

Welcome to WildHub, Sarah! 

Go to the profile of Thirza Loffeld
2 months ago

A warm welcome to WildHub, Sarah! Great to have you join us and thank you for sharing your background and interests with us. How would you describe your current role at the Women in Conservation Organization? I would love to learn more about what you do!

Perhaps of interest to you could be our Conservation Catalyst programme here, which can be a great experience to increase your connections as well as sharing other people’s learnings. Let us know if you have any questions.