Kayley Bateman works as a Programs Manager for Snow Leopard Conservancy overseeing the organization's conservation, education, and applied research programs. Additionally, she serves as the primary liaison with Snow Leopard Conservancy's partners in Asia. Kayley has a Bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in Animal Science (minor in Chemistry) and a Master's of Art (Biology) degree from Miami University in Project Dragonfly's Global Field Program which focused on working effectively across diverse ecological and social settings to foster change through community-engaged education, scientific inquiry, environmental stewardship, and global understanding. Kayley also brings 14 years of experience as a zoologist working with snow leopards, tigers, bears, and other carnivores at the San Francisco Zoological Society and has additional program management experience with the American Association of Zookeepers (National and San Francisco Chapters), and program support experience with Miami University's Project Dragonfly.
Snow Leopard Conservancy
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