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Samuel Kasiki
Samuel Kasiki
Dr. Samuel M. Kasiki is a conservation scientist who started his career in wildlife conservation in 1985 as a Park Assistant Warden. He spent most of his field working live in the Tsavo Conservation Area where he worked for 17 years as an Assistant Warden and later as the resident scientist. Samuel climbed up the ranks to his current position of Deputy Director Biodiversity Research and Monitoring at Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS).
Samuel holds a Master of Science degree in Conservation Biology and a PhD in Ecology.
Samuel is the current representative of the Africa Region at the CITES Animals Committee and the Kenya Scientific Councilor to the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS), and also has been a member of various CITES and CMC Working Committees and Taskforces.
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