Carolyn Rosevelt, MSc (She/Her)

Seeking GIS, Sci Comm, or Field Research opportunities, formerly NASA

Project and Fundraising Coordinator, Restore Our Planet

Emily Rampling

MSc student in Conservation Project Management, University of Kent

Anish Banerjee

Managing Director, Think Wild Foundation

Faheem khan

Zoology Student , University of Swat

To obtain a challenging position in a reputable organization in order to expand my skills and knowledge, and secure a responsible career opportunity in which I can utilize my education and skills while making a significant contribution to the company's success.

Jackie Symmons

Freelance Ecologist and Wildlife Management Consultant, Self-Employed

Self Employed Ecologist with extensive terrestrial practical survey, training and education, consultancy and advisory experience. All ecosystems and all worldwide socio-economic environments research particular experience in conservation, natural resource management resilience and disaster recovery. I've also lectured on field survey techniques, environmental impact assessments and flood risk management.

Lize Gibson-Hall

WildHub Assistant Community Manager, WildTeam

I am a marine biology graduate with an MSc in conservation at Plymouth Uni. Currently, I am working here as one of your WildHub assistant community managers! I am also working part-time as one of the membership officers at the Marine Biological Association and have a passion for science communication and bringing people together. Other interests include the use of technology (specifically cameras) to study animals as well as animal husbandry and advocacy. 

Head of Operations, Grootbos Green Futures Foundation

I have 15 years experience in team leadership and management of award
winning Non-Profit organisations for both People and Planet working along
side some of the worlds most influential community and biodiversity
conservation driven philanthropists and leaders. I have extensive and
diverse knowledge in the international development sector as an
established leader in project management, governance and compliance,
monitoring, evaluation, strategy mapping and policy development.

Nolan White

Student, Dalhousie University

I am a recent graduate of Dalhousie University (BsC Marine Biology – Certificate in Impact Assessment). My main interests are marine ecology, ecosystem service valuation and conservation finance among many others. 

As a conservation catalyst (volunteer), I hope to meet and speak with experts in their field to broaden my knowledge while providing information to the public on the topics at hand.

Please reach out to me if you are interested in being interviewed


Co-Executive Director, PROGRES (Sulawesi Regional Ecological Conservation Initiative)

I am co-leading PROGRES, a Sulawesi-based NGO to initiate and empower locally-led conservation to protect threatened yet overlooked wildlife. After obtaining my MS degree in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation at the University of Florida, I had worked as a conservation scientist in the Wildlife Conservation Society Indonesia and chaired Tambora Muda, national-level network of Indonesian young conservationists.



Hi all,

I am a passionate freelance conservationists and for the last 14 years, I have been working independently and at times in teams for various organizations.  I have developed a series of networks that are cross cutting in nature and this has built my resilience and enthusiasm to work successfully on  multidisciplinary projects. I am a proactive quick learner with tangible registered successes across board. Therefore, joining wildhub fraternity with the expectation of demonstrating how meaningful networks can benefit and save mother nature through experience sharing among others.


Interpretative solutions in aerial imaging for wildlife survey, land use, human, automobile and machine learning (ML). I specialize in interpreting large volumes of high-resolution aerial, vertical and oblique images (12-36 mega pixels, compile the geo-referenced information into comprehensive CSV metadata bases and other formats such as  web based algorithms (axix- axis, bounding boxing), JSON, COCO and YOLO  for population analysis. I have also particular interest in bulk annotation for object detection using VIA in the last five years  for different organizations. 

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.

Victor Chanza

General Manager, Institute of Forensic Science

Natukunda Irene Kananura

Chief Operations Officer , Biodiversity Hub International (BHI)

My name is Irene Kananura Natukunda. I am the Co-founder and COO at Biodiversity Hub International (BHI), an environmental scientist, a passionate conservationist and a nature lover. In the past 4 years, i worked as a volunteer as several organisations including Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN-Uganda), Earth Day Network, Fridays for Future-Uganda, Nature Uganda, Youth Go Green and many other where i learnt a lot and became more passionate about nature conservation. I am so interested in engaging in activities that contribute towards nature restoration and climate change mitigation such as planting trees on degraded forests and creating awareness in communities around wildlife protected areas to reduce human-wildlife conflicts that result into poaching and illegal trade of critically endangered species. I like to connect and engage with like-minded people which i believe has helped me to increase my knowledge and understanding in the field of biodiversity conservation. I help in write project proposals and concepts for my organisation which has truly been a great learning journey.

I am so honoured to be a member at Wild Hub and am hoping to learn more and share as much as i know towards one main goal of conserving wildlife to end the silent killer known as Biodiversity Loss.


Aiita Joshua Apamaku

Education Taskforce Lead, Youth4Nature

Wildlife biologist with cross-cutting interests in wildlife conservation technologies, wildlife and ecological research, climate change. 

Fiona Tande

Freelance wildlife filmmaker, Pridelands Films

Allison Carden Hanes

Producer Director Communications Specialist, One Health Productions

I am a trained biologist and primatologist passionate about wildlife conservation, specifically conservation medicine (one health); the intersect between wildlife, ecosystem and human health. My interests span primatology, marine science, veterinary medicine, public health, human-wildlife interactions, community-based conservation, sustainable development, deforestation and ecotourism. I received my BA in Biology and Environmental Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz. I worked with the Schusterman Group: Pinniped Cognition and Sensory Systems Laboratory 
at the Long Marine Laboratory, assisting set regulation standards on marine mammal noise pollution for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. I completed my MSc in Primate Conservation at Oxford Brookes University in 2011. Working closely with the Uganda Wildlife Authority and Conservation Through Public Health my independent research project focused on disease transmission risks between humans and mountain gorillas of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda. Following my MSc I directed the Rwanda based nonprofit Art of Conservation, using the arts and creative learning to teach children and their families about living healthy, and helped launch the local offshoot nonprofit Conservation Heritage-Turambe. I work with many nonprofits and professionals across the globe using conferences, events, publications, photography, film and digital media/marketing to share my experiences and knowledge. Between my formal education I have worked as a veterinary technician for over seven years and lived in six continents. I am passionate about our world, exploring new places and cultures, meeting unique and extraordinary people, learning, photography, film and would like to improve the health and livelihood of our planet through work as a conservationist, scientist and filmmaker. I am currently working on a feature length wildlife multimedia project, The Great Call, and an educational one health short on my Master’s work regarding safe mountain gorilla trekking protocols. My team is looking for executive producers and grantors for both projects. If interested please email me at
Maria Victoria Lassaga

Project Manager, Natura International

I´m PM4R Master certificated for BID and I work as a Project Manager at Natura International, an NGO dedicated to the creation of protected areas. I am in my last year of Biology at the National University of Cordoba and I am doing my final thesis on mammals in a reserve in my province. During my career I have done volunteer work in La Coronilla, Uruguay with sea turtles and I am currently doing a research internship in the project "Defaunacion de la mastofauna en la porción Sur del Gran Chaco Americano". I would like to specialize in conservation and ecology

Maureen Kinyanjui

PhD Candidate in Conservation Science, University of Edinburgh

Conservation Scientist with experience in conservation conflicts management, sustainable agriculture, food security, drought management and rural development. Proven skills in project management, monitoring and evaluation, communication and community mobilization. I am a PhD Candidate at the School of Geosciences - University of Edinburgh. I have an MA in Global Studies from the University of Freiburg- Germany and FLACSO Argentina, MSc in Conservation and Rural Development from the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE), University of Kent. My conservation interest is to improve local community participation and involvement in ecosystem management

Adam Barlow

Executive Director, WildTeam UK

I help run a UK charity that builds the capacity of conservationists to plan, implement, monitor, and report on their work. I also have a fair bit of experience in tiger and sea turtle conservation.
Ussi Abuu Mnamengi

WildHub Core community member, WildHub Conservation Community