Anti-Poaching School Project Planner - Volunteer
Cherrie's experience in running Oncology clinical trial projects kindled her passion for project management and spurred her on to her MBA. Having graduated from her masters studies, she changed career from looking after people to looking out for animals. Wildlife conservation was the natural fit. Growing up on an African farm gave her good first hand experience of what is involved when combining tourism with bio-diversity. Working in the tourism industry taught her about the impact, importance, and sheer scale that wild life contributes to the economy. So, in volunteering for SUF, she has found an opportunity to contribute to the conservation of the most endangered species and make a difference for future generations.