Wildlife Conservation Analyst, Global Wildlife Program, World Bank Group
Hasita Bhammar is a Wildlife Conservation Analyst at the Global Wildlife Program led by the World Bank Group. Prior to joining the program, she worked as a project coordinator at the 2041 Foundation, an organization whose mission is to inspire youth to preserve Antarctica. She began her career in wildlife conservation at the age of 21 by setting up a tiger conservation program in the Pench Tiger Reserve in India. Hasita holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. An Indian national, Hasita has also worked on conservation issues in Nepal and Kenya. She has travelled to all seven continents and is passionate about engaging young people in wildlife conservation.