Krissie Clark

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Krissie Clark "is a founding member and Executive Director of the PAMS Foundation. She holds a M.Sc in Botany and a B.Sc Honours in Wildlife Management. She has over 12 years experience in ecology, research, project management, participatory community natural resource management, ecotourism, environmental impact assessment, financial administration, GIS, management effectiveness assurance, environmental education and conservation management.

"Krissie has several years project management experience including being the Invasive Alien Species Program Co-ordinator for Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife (South Africa) and managing a budget of 3.5. million USD a year and that educated, trained and employed over 1700 local community members. Poverty reduction, gender equity, HIV/AIDS education and prevention were important and integral components of this program. She was also formerly the Project Manager for the Zululand Grassland Project (University of Cape Town, South Africa).

"Krissie provides professional consulting services through Eco Insight CC. She is also a volunteer member of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas and of the Game Rangers Association of Africa and part of their team involved in ensuring management effectiveness of protected areas. Krissie is co-author and lecturer of the ‘Ensuring Effective Management Course’ which is taught at the Southern Africa Wildlife College." [1]

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  1. About, PAMS Foundation, accessed June 16, 2010.