Hillary Davidson "has been in the technology industry for 25 years, working for companies such as Hewlett-Packard and Oracle. Her lifelong avocation (passion) has been animals, both domestic and wild. She volunteers at the Wildlife Center of Virginia on a regular basis, handling hawks, owls, eagles, and a wide range of mammals. Hillary has developed a wildlife health information management system which is in use at the center to help automate the management (entry, tracking, and reporting) of their patients.
"Hillary lives on 40 acres in the Virginia countryside with two horses, three dogs, four cats, two children and one husband. She spends her free time working in the garden, mowing grass, sipping red wine on the deck, and watching wildlife (e.g. bear, turkey, fox, etc.) pass by. Hillary and her son visited CCF in 2009 and are committed to ensuring the survival of the species.
"Hillary holds, a BS in Computer Science from Virginia Tech, an MS in Computer Science from Colorado State University (masters thesis in genetic algorithms) and an MBA from The College of William and Mary ." 
- Director Operations (US), Cheetah Conservation Fund
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- Hillary Davidson, Cheetah Conservation Fund, accessed June 25, 2009.