About Sarah Humphrys
Hello! I recently graduated from the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology with an MSc in Conservation and Rural Development. As part of this, I carried out fieldwork in Madagascar focusing on customary institutions and conservation, building on my background in Anthropology and previous work in Ecuador’s tropical rainforest. I'm now doing some work for Izele, a website for conservation projects and organisations in southern Africa.
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Currently unemployed, Currently Unemployed
Project Coordinator, National Geographic Society
Anthropology and Conservation Graduate , None
PhD Candidate, DICE @ Uni of Kent
MSc student , University of Kent-Durrell Institute of Conservation & Ecology
Conservation Biology graduate, DICE, University of Kent
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AimHi are looking for a Climate & Nature Science Communicator to join us on our mission to transform global understanding of climate and nature.If you believe that inclusive and engaging science communication changes the world for the better, and want to play a pivotal role in combating the climate and nature crisis by educating and empowering people all around the world, then AimHi could be the place for you!