Jamma is proud to welcome our newest members onto the team.
Please read on to discover a little more about our new Jamma members.
Born in Germany, Dominik moved to southern Africa at the age of 25 where he spent the next 10 years in the field working on landscape-scale conservation initiatives across the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA). His work was followed up by a PhD on lion movement within a multi-use landscape and the roles of wildlife corridors in 21st century conservation.
Nik is a British conservationist and ecologist who has worked extensively in Southern and East Africa. Growing up in the southeast of England, Nik was always fascinated by the natural world and at 18 travelled to South Africa to pursue a career in wildlife conservation. He spent more than a year working on a conservation project as a field guide and volunteer coordinator.
Clausin is a Zambian national and has been living in the UK since 2019. He is passionate about the conservation of biodiversity alongside community empowerment and education. Clausin has worked and contributed to conservation during his involvement with an NGO and its partners in Zambia and Zimbabwe.