Roseann Hanson is the Executive Director of the Africa Conservation Fund.
"Ms. Hanson has 20 years experience working as an environmental communications and non-profit management specialist in community-based conservation, specializing in assisting new and growing organization in building strong programs through careful business planning, innovative communications programs, and diverse development strategies. She is a native of southern Arizona, and has worked throughout the American West, northern Mexico, and East Africa as a naturalist guide, journalist, and conservation program director and executive. Her introduction to conservation issues in East Africa was through the Two Cowboys Project in 2002, which she participated in as a conservation representative from the American West (she is shown at left discussing ethnobotany with the director of a community-owned lodge in northern Kenya). Since then Roseann and her husband, Jonathan, have become involved in several conservation projects in northern Tanzania and have lead conservation safaris there. She and Jonathan make their home in the Sonoran Desert, an hour more or less southwest of Tucson." 
Resources and articles
Related Sourcewatch articles
- Homepage, Africa Conservation Fund, accessed November 14, 2007.