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Kimberley Landrigan is the Assistant Director and Coordinator for Africa of the Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners (NCEP) program. Her responsibilities include providing leadership for strategic planning, new collaborations, and editorial aspects of NCEP, as well as primary responsibility for overseeing NCEP activities in Africa. Kimberley formerly served as NCEP Editorial Specialist (2007-2009) and NCEP Production Manager (2004-2006), where she managed the development and review of NCEP English and French language modules, in conjunction with the NCEP team, and assisted the NCEP Project Director with program activities in the United States and globally. Her interests include conservation capacity development and the intersection between biodiversity, cultures, and conservation. She holds a M.A. in African Studies from Yale University, where she researched the success of a community-based conservation initiative in Tanzania; and a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Virginia.
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