Shem Kifugo is a GIS expert with over 12 years of experience in GIS-Remote Sensing. Shem led the participatory mapping of natural resources with local communities and stakeholders while at the International Livestock institute (ILRI) and with the Northern Rangeland Trust (NRT) in Kenya and Tanzania.
Dr Robin Lines (Senior Consultant) is a professional conservation biologist focusing on supporting emerging and established Protected and Conserved Areas. He has been running field-based applied research and conservation projects since 2001 in collaboration with NGOs, State Authorities, Community-Based Organizations and Academic Institutions.
Dr. Samuel Kasiki is a professional in the fields of biodiversity conservation & management and planning for sustainable utilization of natural resources. He worked for Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) for 35 years, twelve and a half of which he was the Director Biodiversity Research and Monitoring,
Paul Harrison (Executive Chairman) has over 20 years’ global work experience in environmental conservation. He is a director of biodiversity advisory firm, Kilimanyika and an award-winning sustainable timber company, Sound and Fair.
He is former United Nations Development Programme staff,
James Ole Lesikar Laizer (Director) has over 20 years of experience working in natural resources management in Africa, both terrestrial and marine and both public and private sectors. Beginning his working life in local government, James moved to socio-economic and ecological research.