AIGLH Young Leaders

Young conservation leaders are nominated for the leadership programme by their CEOs, ensuring a group of exceptional young talent.

Benneth Mathebula

Eco Village Operations and Staff Manager, Nourish NPO

Cedric Tuyisenge

Assistant Lecturer, Rwanda Polytechnic Integrated Polytechnic Regional College Kitabi (RP/IPRC KITABI), Rwanda

Charlene Wandera

Forest Restoration and Education Officer, Mount Kenya Trust, Kenya

Denton Joachim

Senior GIS Technician: SMART Lead, Peace Parks Foundation, South Africa

Elizabeth Pius

Research and Education Technician, Cheetah Conservation Fund, Namibia

Excelent Murrel Macabe

Acting Training Manager, Southern African Wildlife College, South Africa

Kelvin Sikagoma

Wildlife Police Officer, Department of National Parks and Wildlife, Zambia

Mary Sopia

Finance Officer, Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservation Association, Kenya

Mateus Bila

Community Programme Coordinator, Peace Parks Foundation, Mozambique

Mathews Mumbi

Senior Wildlife Police Officer, Department of National Parks and Wildlife, Zambia

Mbhoni Mzamani

Presenter/ Producer, Global Conservation Corps, South Africa

Nothando Ngobeni

Junior Researcher, Working on Fire, South Africa

Siphelele Hlazo

Section Ranger, Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency, South Africa

Talandila Kasapila

Parks and Wildlife Officer, Department of National Parks and Wildlife, Malawi

Teddy Dlamini

National Environmental Education Programme Officer, Eswatini National Trust Commission, Eswatini

The African Intergenerational Leadership Hub (AIGLH) aims to build intergenerational leadership capacity in the environmental sustainability and conservation arena.