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Biologist

Annette Lanjouw, Syrian biologist. Named Officer of Golden Ark Order, Netherlands Royal Family, 2003; recipient National Geography/Howard Buffet award, National Geography, 2003. Member of International Union for Conservation of Nature (member species survival commission, member transboundary task force 2001-2004), Wildlife Conservation Society (consultant 1992-1995, project coordinator 1992-1995).

Background

Lanjouw, Annette was born on October 27, 1961 in Damascus, Syria. Daughter of Jan Cornelis and Helga Lanjouw.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Drew University, New Jersey, 1981. Bachelor of Science, University Wellington, New Zealand, 1984. Doctorate, University Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1987.

Career

Project officer Frankfurt (Germany) Zoological Society, 1987—1990. Science adviser Survival Anglia, England, 1990—1993. Regional coordinator International Gorilla Conservation Project, Nairobi, Kenya, 1993—2001, director Kenya, since 2001.

Consultant World Bank, Washington, 1993, United Nations Environment Programme, Nairobi, 1995, TARA, Niger, 2003.

Membership

Member of International Union for Conservation of Nature (member species survival commission, member transboundary task force 2001-2004), Wildlife Conservation Society (consultant 1992-1995, project coordinator 1992-1995).

Connections

1 child Isla Keesje Davidson.

father:
Jan Cornelis

mother:
Helga Lanjouw

child:
Isla Keesje Davidson Lanjouw