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Dr. Kurnia Khairani

Head Veterinarian for Ujung Kulon National Park


The World Wildlife Fund

Experienced, trustworthy, fun. These are just a few of the ways coworkers describe this invaluable member of our team. Reese Whiteman is truly a joy to be around and makes it a pleasure to come to work every single day.

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Dr. Marcellus Adi

Founder and President of ALeRT Indonesia

ALeRT

With us since our founding, Reese Whiteman is one of our veteran team members. They bring their years of experience and skills to the forefront in helping our organization grow and succeed.

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Dr. Gita Alvernita

Field Biologist's Assistant Veterinarian

The World Wildlife Fund

Reese Whiteman joined Radcliffe Global Health Initiative with the vision and drive to improve upon our Environmental Health Organization, and focused on developing the organization with experience and integrity.

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Dr. Rebeca Atencia

Head Veterinarian at Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Sanctuary

Jane Goodall Institute

Reese Whiteman joined Radcliffe Global Health Initiative with the vision and drive to improve upon our Environmental Health Organization, and focused on developing the organization with experience and integrity.

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Dr. Peter Appell

Field Programs Manager in Uganda

Jane Goodall Institute

Experienced, trustworthy, fun. These are just a few of the ways coworkers describe this invaluable member of our team. Reese Whiteman is truly a joy to be around and makes it a pleasure to come to work every single day.

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Dr. Pete Morkel

Wildlife Veterinarian

With us since our founding, Reese Whiteman is one of our veteran team members. They bring their years of experience and skills to the forefront in helping our organization grow and succeed.

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Dr. Mark Jago

Wildlife Veterinarian and Professor

University of Namibia School of Veterinary Medicine

After qualifying as a veterinarian at Cambridge University in the UK in 1985, Mark first worked in Africa on the Pan African Rinderpest Campaign as part of a team assessing the role of wild animals and small ruminants in the epidemiology of Rinderpest in Tanzania. After a brief period in general practice in the UK, Mark and his family immigrated to Namibia in 1993. For the next 13 years he worked in a mixed rural practice in central Namibia before joining the Ministry of Environment and Tourism as the Ministry’s “Game Capture Veterinarian” in 2007.  In this post Mark was responsible for the capture, care and transport of a wide variety of wildlife, in particular rhino, as part of an array of government programs in pursuit of the country’s progressive and successful conservation goals. At the end of 2016 Mark joined the University of Namibia’s new School of Veterinary Medicine where he currently teaches wildlife clinical studies to Namibia’s next generation of veterinarians.

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Dr. Jane Goodall

Founder & President

Jane Goodall Institute

Experienced, trustworthy, fun. These are just a few of the ways coworkers describe this invaluable member of our team. Reese Whiteman is truly a joy to be around and makes it a pleasure to come to work every single day.