Ginette Hemley

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"Hemley oversees WWF’s conservation programs, leading broad conservation initiatives at a national and international scale. Through the execution of strategies that link local field-based conservation efforts with global market, policy and partnership initiatives, Hemley helps advance the organization’s work in 19 priority places around the world. Hemley previously served as WWF’s Managing Vice President for Conservation Programs, as Vice President for Species Conservation, and directed WWF’s international wildlife policy program and wildlife trade program, TRAFFIC. A biologist with over 20 years of international conservation experience, she received a BS in biology from the College of William and Mary, studied history and philosophy at Oxford University, and is an ELIAS Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology."[1]


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  1. Natural Capital Project Advisors, organizational web page, accessed November 28, 2014.