Team

Team

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

  • Focal Point
    Jessica Farish

    Jessica Farish

    Focal Point

    Jess Farish joined Fauna & Flora International as part of the Africa team in 2015. Her current role includes the IGCP Focal Point position for FFI, together with supporting project level monitoring and evaluation, project management and operations management across the Africa team. Jess holds a Masters degree in Conservation Science, from Imperial College, London and has over 8 years’ experience working for a variety of wildlife conservation NGOs.

    Jessica.farish@fauna-flora.org

  • Focal Point
    Matthew Lewis

    Matthew Lewis

    Focal Point

    Matthew is the Regional Director at Conservation International . He is a Wildlife biologist and conservationist with 25 years of international experience managing and implementing field projects for a variety of species conservation programs in North America, Asia and Africa.

    mlewis@conservation.org

  • Focal Point
    Simon Peter Weredwong

    Simon Peter Weredwong

    Focal Point

    Simon is a successful Program Management specialist for over 15 years with a track record of initiating projects and providing leadership for effective results and sustainability. He is endowed with multifaceted skills from work experience with various agencies and professional training in Environment & Natural Resources Management, Forestry, Project Planning & Management and Climate Change Governance. Simon is an excellent team builder and player combining holistic leadership skills, participatory approaches and effective management principles to realize institutional goals.

    spweredwong@wwfuganda.org

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