About Zoe Lieb
Zoë Lieb is the project coordinator on the Field Engagement team for the Allen Coral Atlas. Coming from a conservation biology background, she was the in-country manager and primary investigator for the Mongolian Bankhar Dog Project for two years, working towards culturally oriented solutions to human-wildlife conflict issues among nomadic herding communities. She has also worked as a marine observer collecting management data for Alaskan crab fisheries and other data collection positions. She received her MSc in Conservation Biology from University of Kent in the United Kingdom in 2019. Her expertise includes program development, quantitative and qualitative analysis, and community-supported conservation strategies.
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Research Associate, Oceans Initiative
Graduate Student , Miami University
Science Director, TNC Mongolia program
Researcher and Founder, University College of Estate Management
Programme Coordinator, Community Centred Conservation
Researcher, Aveiro University
Marine and fisheries scientist, Universitas Hasanuddin
Conservation Catalyst + Wildlife and Remote Sensing Scientist, Searching for opportunities
Currently unemployed, Currently Unemployed
Conservation Biology graduate, DICE, University of Kent
PhD candidate, University of Kent