Henry joined Fauna & Flora International in January 2020 after completing an MSc in Conservation Science. He has previously worked as an ecologist, interned for the Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust and studied a BSc in Zoology. While researching vulnerable bat and carnivore populations in Malawi, Henry began to understand the importance of social knowledge and capacity to effective conservation practice. This led to Henry’s award-winning Masters research, where he evaluated government protected area programmes in South Africa by exploring stakeholder perspectives and capacity requirements. Henry is excited to learn from and be part of the CLP team, and aims to support the development of passionate conservationists around the world.