Camille Lasbleiz

Founder, Primate Odyssey

I am interested in becoming a Wildlife Conservationist, researching wild mammal behaviour out in the field. I have a degree in Biological Sciences, Trained with London Wildlife Trust for 3 months, completed Project Management for Wildlife Conservationists course with WildLearning, volunteered and interned at Colchester Zoo, volunteered at Wildlife sense as a Field Researcher for turtles, and managed two successful fundraising projects.

I'm currently looking for any field experience I can get with mammals, whether that be in Kent, England or internationally.

Denise Spaan

Assistant Professor / Investigadora, Universidad Veracruzana

Kathleen Reinhardt

Researcher, Oxford Brookes University

Hi! - Iโ€™m Kathleen Reinhardt. I am an ecophysiologist, primatologist and scientific illustrator. 

My research themes around understanding the behavioural and physiological adaptations of wild animals in response to changing environments, and how we can apply this to conservation management. Iโ€™m particularly interested in how animal that use hibernation and torpor adapt to environmental changes, and human-altered landscapes.

As an independent Scientific Illustrator, I work with scientists and conservation projects to illustrate their work, with the aim of effective science communication and outreach. These services range from creating digital figures for scientific publications, to species identification drawings and childrenโ€™s books.

Holly Torres

Grants and Donor Relations Officer, Charles Darwin Foundation

Lauren Arnaud James

Head of Social Media & Content Designer, Thailand Elephants

SUSAN CHEYNE

Co-Director, Borneo Nature Foundation International

I am passionate about primates, felids and large mammals, conservation education and outreach.

Magdalena Svensson

Lab Tech / Associate Lecturer, Oxford Brookes University

Nick Askew

Director, Conservation Careers

Thirza Loffeld

WildHub Community Manager, WildTeam UK

My background is mainly in species conservation, education and capacity development. I researched mother-young interactions in gorillas and chimpanzees, in captivity and the wild. After that, I worked for three years in Indonesia, where I developed and implemented youth ambassador and community engagement programmes on local and regional scales. I obtained a PhD on capacity development for conservation and work as Community Manager at WildHub and as a Lecturer in Conservation Social Science at DICE, University of Kent.

Zoe Lieb

Project Coordinator, National Geographic Society

Zoรซ 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.