Staff

Staff

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Andrew Dunn
Country Director
Andrew Dunn has a MSc from Edinburgh University in the UK and has been working in Africa since 1989, initially on large mammal surveys of the rainforests of West Africa. His current interests are protected area management and planning and he has written a number of park management plans, species action plans and guidebooks. He is a member of the IUCN Primate Specialist Group, Section on Great Apes and is also the Regional Coordinator for West and Central Africa for the IUCN Transboundary Conservation Specialist Group. In recognition of his conservation work in West Africa a butterfly was named after him in 2003: Lepidochrysops dunni.
Nachamada Geoffrey
Landscape Director-Yankari
Nachamada (Nacha) Geoffrey was awarded a merit scholarship at the American University of Nigeria where he completed a BSc in Natural and Environmental Science. In 2011 he was awarded the Primate Habitat Country scholarship at Oxford Brookes University in the UK where he completed a MSc in Primate Conservation. In 2013 he received an award from the Conservation Leadership Program (CLP) to work as an intern with the WCS Nigeria Program at Yankari Game Reserve. His interests include human-wildlife interactions, as well as the conservation of primates, elephant and lions.