Keynote Speaker: Dr. Paula Kahumbu

Dr. Paula Kahumbu with elephants in Kenya. As a result, largely, of poaching activities, only 415,000 African elephants remain on the planet, compared to almost 10 million in 1930.

Dr. Paula Kahumbu with elephants in Kenya. As a result, largely, of poaching activities, only 415,000 African elephants remain on the planet, compared to almost 10 million in 1930.

We are very excited to share that Dr. Paula Kahumbu, a leading voice worldwide for elephant conservation, will be our keynote speaker on Saturday, January 19th from 3-4 pm in the PC gym!

Dr. Kahumbu is a multi-award-winning Kenyan wildlife conservationist and CEO of WildlifeDirect. She leads the highly successful Hands Off Our Elephants campaign which aims to restore Kenyan leadership in elephant conservation.

Dr. Kahumbu writes extensively on wide range of wildlife conservation and human wildlife conflict issues. She has written two children’s books and writes regularly for National Geographic and The Guardian.

https://paulakahumbu.org/

https://wildlifedirect.org/hands-off-our-elephants/

Dr-Paula-Kahumbu-19-of-35.jpg