B.Sc. in Wildlife Management
Sokoine University of Agriculture (Tanzania)
I come from Tanzania and grew up in Arusha District. I pursued my B.SC. Honors Degree in Wildlife Management from Sokoine University of Agriculture in Morogoro, Tanzania. Before joining SFS I worked for the Ngorongoro Conservation Area under department of Wildlife and Range Management as a Research Assistant. Then after, I worked with the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology as a Research Assistant on research project management of invasive plant species in Ngorongoro Conservation Area.
I joined the School for Field Studies (SFS) in Fall 2017 as a Program Assistant and Swahili Instructor at the Moyo Hill Camp in Rhotia near Karatu town, Tanzania.
My interests for further studies are diverse but my key interest is in; wildlife and range ecology, conservation biology, community conservation and natural resources management. My hobbies include playing volleyball, soccer, swimming and listening to country music.