He was born and brought up in London, UK. Having traveled and volunteered in teaching and conservation activities in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, he studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics at the University of York, UK. He met John in April of this year while on a work placement with the International Gorilla Conservation Programme, researching conservation in conflict and post conflict environments as part of his Masters in Post War Recovery, also at the University of York. He was so impressed with the work being done, that he wanted to help POPOF and so took up the offer of becoming POPOF’s UK representative.
We sincerely hope that our activities will develop and grow more while gaining more recognition and support from different parts of the world.