Kame Westerman

Kame Westerman is the advisor for gender and conservation at Conservation International, focusing on practical ways to integrate gender considerations into field and policy level environmental initiatives. She is a conservation biologist with over 10 years of experience working on community-based conservation projects, most recently in southwest Madagascar where she led efforts to better involve female octopus fishers in marine management planning.
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Gender & Conservation Adviser, Conservation International

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Women wakling near mangroves in the remote village of Uzi, Zanzibar Island, Tanzania. Photo: Anca Milushev/Shutterstock.