Margaret has worked for over 30 years in the field of conservation in Ecuador, Kenya, USA and Indonesia. She established and co-directed WCS’s Indonesia Program for 13 years and conducted research on a wide variety of topics, including human/elephant conflict, tiger/prey interactions, parrot trade, forest dynamics, non-timber forest product use, and hornbill and primate conservation. Margaret spent 8 years in Kenya as the Executive Director of the Mpala Research Centre, one of the top ecological research stations in Africa, situated on a 48,000 acre wildlife conservancy and working ranch. Her research interests included how different livestock management regimes influence wildlife abundance and diversity. She is as well interested in the ecology and conservation of large cats, primates and hornbills. Margaret is the Global Wildlife Practice Leader at World Wildlife Fund International.