Fatima Yahfoufi (She/Her)

Project Assistant, The Lebanese Organization for Studies and Training (LOST)
Fernando de Camargo Passos

Professor, Universidade Federal do Paraná

I am Full Professor and Curator of the Scientific Collection of Mastozoology (CCMz) of the Department of Zoology, at the Federal University of Paraná-UFPR, and coordinator of the Laboratory of Biodiversity, Conservation and Ecology of Wild Animals-LABCEAS/UFPR, since 1998. I have around 161 publications, including many scientific articles in journals, books and book chapters. I am a Biologist from the Federal University of São Carlos-USFCar (1987), I have a Master's degree in Ecology from the State University of Campinas-UNICAMP (1992), a PhD in Ecology and Natural Resources from UFSCAR (1997) and Post-doctorate from UNICAMP/FAPESP (1998 ). I am a member of the Brazilian Society of Primatology-SBPr, having been president of SBPr, in the 2009-2011 administration. I am also a member of the Brazilian Society of Zoology/SBZ and participating in the board of directors, in the 2000-2002, 2002-2004, 2004-2006, 2006-2008, 2008-2010 and 2010-2012 administrations. Furthermore, I am also a member of the Brazilian Society for the Study of Chiropterans-SBEQ and the Brazilian Society of Mastozoology-SBMz. I am currently a professor in the following Graduate Programs: PG Zoology (https://www.prppg.ufpr.br/site/ppgzoo/en/) and PG Ecology and Conservation (https://www.prppg.ufpr.br/site/ppgecologia/en/) at UFPR. I have experience and great interest in the areas of Zoology and Ecology, with an emphasis on Conservation of Animal Species, Biodiversity, Animal Behavior, Natural History, Ecology, Fauna Inventories and Monitoring. I have worked on research in the areas of Mastozoology and Primatology, especially with the following animal groups, bats, carnivores, primates, in the themes of biology, ecology and conservation, but also with other neotropical wildlife species, especially if they are endangered species.  CV Lattes - http://lattes.cnpq.br/4320949259602490
Emma O'Brien

Personal Assistant, Cancer Research UK

Hi there! I'm based in London (Irish citizen, from Galway). I studied Applied Marine and Freshwater Science and graduated in 2016. I worked in this field, took part in research surveys (oceanography and cetacean sightings) and did some volunteering in marine conservation. Since moving to London in 2018, my career shifted to corporate, start up, and small businesses, working as an Exec Assistant and Project Manager.  Conservation and Animal Behaviour and Welfare is still a big passion of mine and I want to immerse myself back in this line of work! In order to do this, I need to up-skill and become more educated with the current climate of Wildlife Conservation; What are the challenges being faced, what skills are required to tackle these and how can I use my current set of skills to move my career in this direction - this is what has led me to WildHub 🙂 I'm actively seeking employment in this industry and willing to start at entry level if required (e.g. apprenticeship) so if you do know of any opportunities, please get in touch, I'd love to talk more! 
Suhail Bashir

Environmental Consultant, WildHub Community Advocate, ENS Environmnetal Consultancy Sharjah

Experienced Environmental Engineer/Consultant with a proven track record of leading successful environmental initiatives and delivering sustainable solutions. My expertise encompasses a diverse range of areas, including Baseline Studies, Environment Impact Assessments (EIA/IEE/ESIA), Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation, and Environmental Conservation & Sustainability. Currently, I am making a significant impact as an Environmental Engineer/Consultant at one of the leading Environmental Consultancy, specializing in preparing comprehensive environmental study reports for clients primarily from Hamriyah Free Zone Sharjah and Jebel Ali Free Zone Authority Dubai. These reports play a crucial role in promoting environmental compliance and sustainable practices within the industry.