Nancy Baron

Nancy Baron is the Director of Science Outreach for COMPASS. Nancy holds workshops around the world for academic, government, and NGO scientists helping them develop core competencies as scientist communicators who want to make their work relevant to journalists, the Continue reading →
John Donaldson

John Donaldson

John Donaldson is Chief Director of Biodiversity Research, Assessment and Monitoring at the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) and is the Harold Pearson Professor of Botany at the University of Cape Town. He manages a diverse biodiversity science programme Continue reading →
Bruce Quintin Mann

Bruce Quintin Mann

Bruce grew up in Zululand and the KwaZulu-Natal midlands. After finishing his matric at Weston Agricultural College in Mooi River in 1981, he completed his military service as a paratrooper. Before and after his military training, Bruce worked as a Continue reading →
Wendy Foden

Wendy Foden

Wendy Foden is a conservation biologist who focuses on providing scientifically robust and pragmatic support for biodiversity conservation in the face of climate change. Wendy headed the IUCN Global Species Programme‚Äôs Climate Change Unit from 2007 to 2013, where she Continue reading →
Keryn Adcock

Keryn Adcock

Keryn has worked with black rhino ecology and population monitoring and dynamics since 1987, starting in Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park then as Animal Scientist in Pilanesberg & Madikwe. Since “going private” in 1994, she has been the main compiler of regular, detailed Continue reading →
Richard Emslie

Richard Emslie

Dr Richard H Emslie trained as a wildlife ecologist and has been working largely on rhinos and their conservation since the mid-1980s. Apart from PhD on black rhino feeding ecology, habitat dynamics and management, he worked on white rhino feeding Continue reading →