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Wildlife Alliance is at the forefront of direct conservation action. Thanks to your donation, our team is able to successfully carry out frontline programs that have protected some of the world’s most threatened forests and wild species.

WILDLIFE ALLIANCE HISTORY

Rainforest Protection

Wildlife Alliance rangers directly protect the Cardamom Rainforest one of Asia’s great rainforest landscapes

Rainforest Protection

Protecting the homes of elephants, clouded leopards, and gibbons. Our rangers patrol 24-7 across 600,000 hectares of the Cardamom Rainforest Landscape.

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Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team

The Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team is an animal police unit that investigates the illegal wildlife trade.

Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team

Over the last decade, the unit has seized over 61,000 live animals, 36 tons of bush meat and arrested 3,100 traffickers.

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Wildlife Rescue And Care

Wildlife Alliance’s wildlife programs are designed to rehabilitate animals victimized by the wildlife trade (...)

Wildlife Rescue & Care

(…) and provide them with the support and care necessary to ready them for release back into the wild.

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Education Kouprey Express

Wildlife Alliance created Cambodia’s only mobile environmental education unit, the Kouprey Express (KE),

Kouprey Express

KE works directly with students, teachers, schools, and villages, providing creative, fun and tailored…

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Livelihood and Community

Developing sustainable livelihoods for forest dependent communities in the Cardamom Rainforest Landscape

Livelihood and Community

Visit our award-winning Community Based Ecotourism project and support our Community Anti Poaching Units.

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Tiger Reintroduction

Tiger have been lost from 90% of their historic range. Help us save the planet’s most iconic species

Tiger Reintroduction

Wildlife Alliance are working to reintroduce tiger into the pristine rainforests of the Cardamom Landscape

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African Elephants

Driven by the illegal trade, 30 percent of the continent’s elephants have been slaughtered in seven years.

African Elephants

On current trends, when today’s children reach adulthood, African elephants will be extinct in the wild.

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REDD+ Project

Tropical deforestation is one of the major drivers of carbon emissions and global climate change.

REDD+ Project

Halting this deforestation could pote contribntiallyute over one-third of the total emissions reductions needed by 2030.

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Meet Our Team

Dedicated and passionate conservation professionals

Suwanna Gauntlett wildlfie alliance About ceo sq
Suwanna GauntlettFounder and CEO
Dedicating her life to protecting rainforests and wildlife in some of the world’s most hostile and rugged environments, Suwanna Gauntlett has set the trend for a new generation of direct action conservationists.
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Nick Marx wildlfie alliance About nick sq
Nick MarxWildlife Programs Director
Nick Marx has dedicated his life to wildlife conservation, working in park management, wildlife conservation, and animal care in the United Kingdom, India, South Africa, and Southeast Asia for forty five years.
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Dr. Tom Gray wildlfie alliance About dr sq
Dr. Tom GrayScience Director
Dr. Tom Gray is a conservation biologist based in South East Asia since 2005. Graduate of the bird-watching mecca that is the University of East Anglia he first came to Cambodia to undertake PhD work on the conservation and…
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  • Charles C. Goodfellow, III, Chairman and Treasurer
  • Neal P. Myerberg, Secretary
  • Suwanna Gauntlett
  • Badreyyah Alireza
  • Brad Andrews
  • D. Randall Benn
  • John Seidensticker, Ph.D.
  • Noah Osnos
  • James Prappas

As of January 6th, 2016, there are 8 voting Board Members.

International Advisory Board

  • Virginia M. Busch, Executive Director of Endangered Wolf Center and Board Member of SeaWorld Busch Gardens Conservation Fund
  • Scott Cameron, Senior Vice President R3 Government Solutions
  • Justin F.L. Duffy, Finance and Operations Director, Pernod Ricard Thailand LTD
  • David P. Ferris, Director, Asian Elephant Art & Conservation Project
  • Elysée Forrest-Price, Homemaker
  • Robin Noelle Gansky, Realtor
  • Roya Hakimzadeh, Film Distributor, Retired Film Producer
  • Matthew Jeffery, Conservationist, National Audubon Society
  • Christine Lanser, Development Associate, Forest Trends
  • Andrew Levin, Retired Attorney and State Legislator
  • Laurel A. Neme PhD, Author, Radio Show Host
  • Jeffrey North, Senior Corporate Practices Advisor, The Nature Conservancy
  • Steven G. Olson, VP Governmental Affairs, Association of Zoos and Aquariums
  • Justin Oswald, Promotion/Events
  • Carmen Pang, Freelance Writer/Editor
  • Lorraine Parmer, Retired Educator
  • Cory S. Pulfrey, Senior Advisor, Morgan Stanley
  • Wesley Wang, Principal, Phoenix Partners Group

Cambodia Office

  • Amy Van Nice – Deputy Director of Programs and Environmental Education Technical Advisor
  • Romica Grosu – Forest Watershed Protection Manager
  • Dean Lague – Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team Technical Advisor
  • Eduard Lefter – Southern Cardamom Forest Protection Program Technical Advisor and Human Resources
  • Khem Vuthyravong – Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team Project Supervisor
  • Sophany Touch – Community-Based Ecotourism Project Manager
  • Sokhany Pich – Community Agriculture Development Project & Tropical Reforestation Project Manager
  • Ying Horn – Kouprey Express Environmental Education Project Manager
  • Yulia KhouriCEO of Innov8 International Group – Ambassador and Spokesperson for Wildlife Alliance

New York Office

  • Jessica Knierim – Development Associate

History

Wildlife Alliance, founded in 1995 originally as the Global Survival Network, is an international 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with current in-country programs in Cambodia and completed projects in Thailand, Myanmar, India, Ecuador and Russia. Wildlife Alliance’s Cambodia Conservation program is assisting the Royal Government of Cambodia in strengthening Protected Areas, protecting wildlife, and helping poor communities develop alternative livelihoods. (Read More)

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