Carolyn Rosevelt, MSc (She/Her)Seeking GIS, Sci Comm, or Field Research opportunities, formerly NASA
- formerly NASA
- Member directory
- United States of America
I want to have a positive impact on the environment and communities around the world. How I do this is pretty open; I have wide-ranging interests and am willing to adapt to changing circumstances.
Right now, I'm volunteering for the WildHub community and am happy to answer questions about the platform and do what I can to help connect people.
Temitope is a Nigerian-born and an advocate of sustainable forest and nature management with over four years of experience. She holds a Bachelor of Agricultural Technology in (Forestry and Wood), from the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria, and she is currently enrolled for her master’s degree in Conservation Biology at the University of Cape Town South Africa.
Temitope focuses on improving community restoration and conservation outcomes through quantitative, qualitative, and experimental research. She has her Interest in research that will contribute to theories and knowledge to improve socio-ecological interactions, environmental policies, decision making, education for behavioral change, conservation management, and livelihood development programs. She is interested in theoretical concepts around functional ecology, priority effects, and resilience to understand ecological behavior in response to restoration practice. She works across relevant nature management practices and ecosystems such as drylands, rangelands, wetlands, and savannas. Her current MPhil. research is focused on understanding the pied crow population and breeding success in the arid areas of Karoo regions, and their predation impacts on plover’s species in the Berg River estuarine area of South Africa.
Temitope has her passion in scaling up the implementation of conservation projects and restoration knowledge through project management, engagement, education, research, and communication. With hands-on experience and field exposures, she worked as a Research Assistant at the Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria (FRIN) for her National Youth Service, Project Coordinator at World Ecological Concept Ltd, cofounder/Program manager for the EdenWorld Initiative (edenworld.org.ng), volunteered with the Global Landscape Forum as the Social Media Ambassador, and an intern with IUCN forest on Post 2020 Global Biodiversity Framework related to Forestry, Agriculture, and Sustainable development at Washinton DC.
Previously, Temitope served as the Vice President of the International Forestry Student Association of her school and won the best essay on “How Africa and African Student Benefitted from Networking in Forest Education” from the IUFRO.
Outside the workspace, Temitope enjoys graphics, photography and editing, videography and editing, and content writing.
As part of her study program and sponsorship for her study through the MasterCard Foundation Scholarship Program, Temitope is expected to do an internship which is part of her course curriculum. Hence, she is seeking a conservation organization to intern within 2022.
Environmental enthusiast, snowboard and kitesurf addict.
With a background in visual communication, I specialise in animation and Illustration.
As a fan of outdoor sports, I’ve always been fascinated by nature and the complexities of the ecosystem.
It makes me want to do all I can to preserve nature and see it flourish.
My mission is to make nature conservation more accessible to everyone.
I run an animation studio called Motion Aptitude, our purpose is to raise awareness and drive people to act on issues regarding wildlife, environmental science and animal welfare.
Motion Aptitude is the fusion of two of my biggest passions in life: creativity, and the great outdoors.
My vision is to inspire a new generation of action-driven environmental enthusiasts.
I’m so pleased to be part of this community; helping organisations & environmental scientists promote their research and maximise their impact through compelling animated stories.
I'm a marine biologist with experience working both in both marine and wetland ecosystems. My main interest is biodiversity, trophic interaction, spatial complexity, and human impact. I've been studying these topics in field-based experiments and observations but I'm also curious to explore them using genetic techniques (e.g., eDNA metabarcoding). I'm also a divemaster with 200+ logged dives and I'm experienced with leading and guiding dives. I'm casually looking for graduate opportunities (Master's/PhD).
Really interested in tigers since 2012. Now running a news website on tiger related issues, as well as a charity to rescue wild animals from captive situations and release them back into the (semi) wild. Mainly working behind the scenes.
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