Coordinator for the Marine Conservation Action Fund (MCAF), New England Aquarium
I am the Coordinator for the Marine Conservation Action Fund Program (MCAF) at the New England Aquarium. I have worked at the Aquarium for 14 years and my background is in Data Management, Operations and Budgets, Research, Conservation and Marine Policy. I have a B.S. in Environmental Studies specializing in Policy from Northeastern University, and have a certificate in leading remote teams from Cornell University.
Hello, my name is Sakib Imran Ali, and I am from Dhaka, Bangladesh. Recently, I completed my MSc. in Conservation and Land Management from Bangor University, in the UK with a BSc. in Environmental Management from Independent University, Bangladesh.
I had passion to work on wildlife, while I was a Conservation student in Bangor. My area of expertise are research work based on social issues. My interests are writing stories, photography and hiking (someday, I will climb the mount Everest). I would WildHub will help me to fulfill all the requirements
I work for Lancashire Wildlife Trust as a Communications and Engagement Trainee along the Kingfisher Trail in Bolton. I recently changed career from an Environmental Consultant in agriculture and thoroughly enjoying my first four months. I have project management experience from a consultancy role but never received formal training and love that this course is focussed on conservation projects.
Hi! My name is Amy and I am an Ornithological Image Analyst for an environmental consultancy. I have a special interest in birds and would love to work on a wildlife conservation project in the future. My other interests include travelling, birdwatching, art/illustration, climbing and gaming.
I had work variety a conservation area. I started as young researcher, and then I work in Restoration Ecosystem also have experience with community development. Right now I work as management support for orangutan conservation.
I am an active invertebrate recorder in London’s green spaces, with a particular interest in the ecologies of urban insects.
I've worked as a freelance field surveyor on behalf of the Forestry Commission; researched ant ecology and evolution, and taught entomology field techniques whilst employed as a Research Assistant at Queen Mary University of London. With a keen interest in ecology and entomology, I studied an MSc in Ecology and Evolution from Queen Mary and a BSc in Biodiversity and Conservation from Birkbeck College, University of London.
Previously, I volunteered with the Lepidoptera department and Soil Biodiversity Group at the Natural History Museum, and on the Thorn to Orchid and Water for Wildlife projects with the London Wildlife Trust.
I now coordinate the FSC BioLinks courses in London.