David Western

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Dr. David Western is a director of the Africa Conservation Fund.

"Dr. Western is founding executive director of African Conservation Centre. Raised in Tanzania and now a Kenyan citizen, he has spent over 37 years engaged in research in Kenya studying the interactions between livestock, wildlife, and humans, with the aim of developing conservation strategies applicable at an ecosystem scale. As former director of Kenya Wildlife Service and conservation director for Wildlife Conservation Society, Dr. Western has been active in many areas of conservation, including community-based conservation, international programs, conservation planning, ecotourism, training, directing governmental and non-governmental organizations and public education. He and his wife, Dr. Shirley Strum, spend several months each year in California, where Dr. Strum is professor of anthropology at the University of California at San Diego. Their daughter Carissa is studying at UCSD, and their son, Guy, is currently on gap-year in South America, studying penguins." [1]

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  1. Homepage, Africa Conservation Fund, accessed November 14, 2007.
  2. Trustees, Rhino Ark, accessed June 25, 2009.