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Monday, September 25 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
A Lion Case Study: Collaboration = Amplification
Join PRIDE Lion Conservation Alliance in a conversation about how their unprecedented collaborative union has enhanced the work of each organization through solutions and fresh ideas. This concept is not only transferable across countries and species, but has the potential to change the way we look at collective collaboration in conservation.

Speakers
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Amy Dickman

Director, Ruaha Carnivore Project/PRIDE Lion Conservation Alliance
Amy Dickman, PhD is Director of WildCRU's Ruaha Carnivore Project in Southern Tanzania. With more than 18 years of experience in wild cat conservation, Amy has achieved vital conservation successes in one of Africa’s most important landscapes for large carnivores – the Ruaha Landscape... Read More →
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Stephanie Dolrenry

Co-founder and Director of Science, Lion Guardians/PRIDE Lion Conservation Alliance
Stephanie Dolrenry, PhD is Co-founder and Director of Science of Lion Guardians based in Maasailand, Kenya and across sites in East Africa. Stephanie has studied human-wildlife conflict throughout North America and East Africa, and has spent the last 10 years leading a team of lion researchers and Maasai warriors. Stephanie received her PhD from University of Wisconsin, Madison and is a member of the African Lion Working Group, Society for Conservation Biology and The Wildlife Society, and is a research affiliate with the Conservation Conflict Research Institute at the University of Cape Town... Read More →
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Leela Hazzah

Executive Director and Co-founder, Lion Guardians
Leela Hazzah, PhD is Executive Director and Co-founder of Lion Guardians. Leela has worked on conservation issues in East Africa for more than 15 years, where her research focuses on understanding the predictors and motivations behind lion killing in Maasailand, Kenya. Leela’s in... Read More →
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Alayne Oriol-Cotterill, PhD

Founder and Director, Lion Landscapes
Alayne Oriol-Cotterill, PhD is Founder and Director of Lion Landscapes. She began her field conservation and research career in 1991 and, over the past 25 years, she has spent more time in the field with wild lions than nearly any conservationist alive today. Her vast experience working with diverse teams throughout East and Southern Africa, along with her commitment to research and natural aptitude and resourcefulness in the field, has positioned her as a unique leader and conservation strategist. Through Lion Landscapes, Alayne uses innovative research and conservation initiatives to increase the capacity of stakeholders to manage and conserve their large carnivore... Read More →


Monday September 25, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Grizzly Jackson Lake Lodge