Kate Tointon

Communications Executive, Fauna & Flora International

About Kate Tointon

Kate joined the Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP), based at Fauna & Flora International (FFI), in February 2020. She has worked in a variety of science communication roles, and has a BSc in Zoology and Psychology, an MSc in Animal Behaviour, and a PhD in Zoology. Kate has had a lifelong interest in ecological research and wildlife conservation, and has studied a variety of species in the field, including Atlantic puffins in the UK, Horsfield’s hawk cuckoos in Japan, and Aegean wall lizards in Greece.

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Charity/Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)

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Behaviour change campaigns Research Education & training Communication and marketing Partnerships and collaboration development Project/programme management

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Professional development Network opportunities

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WildHub Festival 2021