Team

Team

Meet our team of international staff who are committed to securing a healthy future for mountain gorillas

  • Comms Gatekeeper
    Ally Jamah

    Ally Jamah

    Comms Gatekeeper

    Ally manages communications for Conservation International, Africa Field Division based in Nairobi, Kenya. He has more than 10 years experience in communications, advocacy and award-winning multimedia journalism. He has a Master’s Degree in Communications from the University of Nairobi as well as qualifications in community development, project management and education among others. His key interests fall at the intersection of nature conservation and sustainable, inclusive development.

    ajamah@conservation.org

  • Comms Gatekeeper
    Marsden Momanyi

    Marsden Momanyi

    Comms Gatekeeper

    Marsden Momanyi, is a Communications Manager for Wildlife at WWF and is based in Kenya. He leads communications around WWF’s wildlife conservation strategy and initiatives including several key species and landscapes globally. He joined WWF in 2017 from the African Union (AU) where he served as a strategic communications expert supporting regional conflict prevention, management and peace-building policy and advocacy efforts over a period of six years. He has over 15 years development communications experience with leading international and regional organizations among them the African Technology Policy Studies Network, Amref and ActionAid. He has a Masters degree in Communications from the University of Leeds and Bachelors degree in Communications from Loughborough University.

    mmomanyi@wwfint.org

  • Comms Gatekeeper
    Tim Knight

    Tim Knight

    Comms Gatekeeper

    Tim is a communications specialist who has worked closely with Fauna & Flora International (FFI) as a writer and editor since 1999. Tim has been actively involved with IGCP throughout that time and helped create IGCP’s first website in 2003. He has edited FFI’s annual magazine for almost 20 years and is co-author of With Honourable Intent - A Natural History of Fauna & Flora International, which includes an in-depth account of IGCP’s origins.

    tim.knight@fauna-flora.org

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