Matthew Pomilia on our new international advisory board

We are glad to announce Matthew Pomilia as member on our new board international advisors and our US connection. Matt has shown a considerable interest in the foundation from the start and has provided support services ever since. We welcome him his as a skilled and dedicated conservation researcher and writer.

Matt is a wildlife biologist with a diverse background in domestic and international natural resource conservation and management. His project experience includes African wild dog research, Costa Rican cloud forest reforestation, and Peace Corps Bolivia agriculture and forestry.  He is well-versed in issues relating to wildlife monitoring, ecological restoration, agroforestry, and community development.  His current focus is on wildlands connectivity and endangered species conservation.

Matt is currently working to develop carnivore conservation projects in the US and South America and also creating a stronger tie with the Wildlands Network.

Education: University of Leeds (UK), Master of Science, Biodiversity and Conservation; University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, Bachelor of Arts, Romance Languages