Fauna & Flora’s people are located all around the world, taking on a wide range of roles and responsibilities to save nature, together.
Experts in the field
Some of our staff support projects on the ground, while others provide technical and operational expertise from our regional offices, including our UK headquarters.
In addition to our Fauna & Flora staff members, we partner with more than 400 organisations across nearly 50 countries with whom we work side by side to deliver our conservation projects. Every year, we support thousands of people to grow their conservation skills and capacity.
From Southeast Asia, to Central Africa, to the Caribbean, Fauna & Flora has staff members in the field around the world – working hands-on with our partners to implement nature-saving strategies.
An extension of Fauna & Flora is our partners – including local organisations, community groups, governments, universities and, critically, local people.
We strongly believe – and our experience shows – that those living closest to our projects have the best knowledge and experience of their environment. Working with people on –the ground is essential to finding sustainable solutions to conservation issues, and this partnership-led approach is at the core of all our global work.
Boosting climate change resilience by restoring marine ecosystem connectivity in south-west Türkiye
Fauna & Flora is working with Turkish partner, Akdeniz Koruma Derneği (AKD), to create marine protected areas along Türk...
Our Council is the governing body of our organisation and has legal, financial and managerial responsibility for our charity. Working closely with our Council, and responsible for our day-to-day operations, is our senior leadership team, which is overseen by our Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
In July 2023, we welcomed Kristian Teleki as our new CEO. He succeeded Mark Rose, who led Fauna & Flora for 30 years and left an incredible legacy.