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Chair person

Shaleen Angwenyi

Dr. Angwenyi is a wildlife veterinarian and researcher who uses her unique blend of passion and technical expertise to promote the health of the heritage that is our wildlife and the ecosystems to which they belong. She'll leverage the professional relationships she has maintained through her career to build trusting collaborations within the section’s represented countries and with other WDA sections



Veronica Eyihuri Adetunji

Senior lecturer in the Department of Veterinary Public Health and Preventive Medicine, University of Ibadan, Nigeria


Eduard Roos

Avid lover of the natural world and amateur wildlife photographer. In 2018 he finished my PhD in Molecular Biology at Stellenbosch University. Currently he is developing novel therapies to improve animal health.



Marie Petretto

Wildlife veterinarian and Conservation biologist, she works on reintroduction project and ecosystem recovery in North Africa

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Annie Cooke

Veterinary epidemiologist at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Nairobi, Kenya with a Masters in Wild Animal Health, and a PhD in epidemiology.


Student representative

Mary Muthoni Nyokabi

Mary is studying a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery at the University of Nairobi. 

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Committee member

Sharon Mulindi

Wildlife veterinarian working in northern Kenya with Save the Elephants where she is currently involved in wildlife clinical interventions under the North Kenya Wildlife Vet Unit, partnering with Ewaso Lions, Grevy’s Zebra Trust and the Kenya Wildlife Service.


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