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Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network

Technical Advisers

Conservation and certification in a changing world are complex tasks. We consult regional and topical experts on a variety of issues both from within our own Board, Founding Organizations, and Network as well as soliciting advice from outside experts.

Certified Gorilla Friendly™

Anna Behm Masozera, Associate Research Scholar and Dorothy S. McCluskey Fellow in Conservation, Yale School of the Environment
Wellard Mokambo, International Gorilla Conservation Programme
Ray Victurine, Wildlife Conservation Society

Certified Elephant Friendly™

Scott Mills, University of Montana
Mike Korchinsky, Wildlife Works

Certified Jaguar Friendly™

Dr. José F. Golzález-Maya,  ProCat Colombia / Costa Rica
Dr. Diego Zárrate Charry, Colombia / Costa Rica

Certified Sea Turtle Friendly™

Dr. Karen L. EckertExecutive Director, Wider Caribbean Sea Turtle Conservation Network (WIDECAST), and the Country Coordinators of WIDECAST

Wildlife Friendly™ Fibers

Dr. Helen Crowley

North American Farms & Ranches

Abigail Breuer, Center for Large Landscape Conservation
Julie Stein, The Drishti Project

Large & Meso Carnivores

John Shivik, non-lethal techniques for predation management, North America
Dr. Chris Nagy, Mianus River Gorge & Gotham Coyote Project (coyote, white-tailed deer, raptors and urban/suburban wildlife ecology)


Primates / Great Apes

Rebecca Rose, Pan African Sanctuary Alliance and the Human Wildlife Conflict Collaboration

Wildlife Friendly™ Fencing / Fence Ecology

Christine Paige, Wildlife Biologist

Wildlife Friendly™ Tourism

Dr. Simon Morgan, Wildlife ACT, Botswana
Mark Jordahl, Tourism and Conservation Specialist, Conservation Concepts, Kampala, Uganda
Chi Lo, Chi Sustainability Consulting, Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC) and World Tourism Association for Culture and Heritage (WTACH)
Yu-Fai Leung, IUCN Tourism and Protected Areas Specialist Group, Biodiversity Working Group

Illegal Wildlife Trade

Dr. Simon Morgan, Wildlife ACT, Botswana

Marine Issues and Tourism

Brad Nahill, SEETurtles and TooRareToWear

Branding & Marketing

The DuPuis Group