Kate Thomas

Program Officer, International Wildlife & Landscape Conservation

Kate manages the International Wildlife and Landscape Program at LDF. She has previously worked with the UCLA Institute of Environment and Sustainability, the RAND Corporation and Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences. Kate received a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, with a focus on primate studies, and a Master of Public Administration, Environmental Policy, both from Texas Tech University. 

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