Wildlife

Chad Ellis is a pasture and range consultant for the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation assisting agricultural producers and land stewards in attaining their financial, quality-of-life and stewardship goals by educating and counseling them on the adoption of sustainable, re
Annie Beckhelling is the founder and director of Cheetah Outreach. For more information visit Cheetah Outreach at www.cheetah.co.za.
Emily Wood is a freelance journalist and PERC associate who accidently discovered Anatolian Shepherds during a recent stint in South Africa.
Bob Hix is the Colorado/Wyoming Regional Director for Pheasants Forever. Bob started with PF in November 2006. Bobs love of the outdoors comes from his father who introduced Bob into the world of conservation, fishing and hunting at a young age.
Founder/CEO of Ecosystem Capital, LLC, an advisory services firm specializing in corporate sustainability/ESG strategy and market-based environmental and sustainable development strategies, including the development of environmental markets projects and approaches for as
Jingjie Chu, is a natural resource economist, working in the Global Program on Fisheries and Aquaculture at the World Bank.
Eric Kihiu is the Resource Development Manager for Rhino Ark Charitable Trust. After a stint in the business world (insurance and oil industries) in the mid nineties, he followed his true passion and joined the conservation ranks in Kenya.
Stephanie Romañach completed her MA and then PhD (2003) in Ecology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She had previously earned a BS in Zoology from the University of Florida in 1998.
Yingyi is a conservation biologist in Fauna and Flora International (FFI) specializing in biodiversity conservation and natural resource management of protected areas in southern China.
Javed is the country leader of the Snow Leopard Conservation Program Pakistan Chapter, a joint initiative of the International Snow Leopard Trust and WWF-Pakistan.
Jennifer Boyer is the director of Future West in Bozeman, Montana.
Safran graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1998 with a degree in Biological Aspects of Conservation.
Skeggs graduated from St. Hugh’s College, Oxford, with a degree in Geography.  She spent a year with the Faith Foundation on a project to help protect black rhinoceroses in Tanzania.