Tsavo Trust Board Member
Pat holds a degree in International Relations, with a minor in the behavioral sciences. She has continued study in Biodiversity and co-authored a published paper on Biodiversity . She has a wide area of expertise and has contributed to various Kenyan legislations such as the wildlife bill.
She is Director of Pan-African Wildlife Conservation Network. In that capacity, she has worked to bring together 30 of the 37 African Elephant Range States under the umbrella of the African Elephant Coalition. She has also spoken in a wide variety of conservation and environmental forums, including the Houston Museum of Natural Sciences.
Most recently she is a founder member of the new Conservation Alliance of Kenya.
Currently Pat serves on the Boards of Ambsoeli Trust for Elephants, Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust and Tsavo Trust, and is a consultant for IFAW.
“The Tsavo Conservation area is the flagship for conservation in Kenya and I am humbled to be a part of Tsavo Trust whose work will ensure the survival of these extraordinary entity and its iconic elephants”