Kelvin  Alie

Kelvin Alie

Kelvin Alie: A native of Dominica with graduate degrees in Biodiversity Conservation and Economics, since 2001 he is responsible for the management and leadership of IFAW’s work to protect wild animals from over-exploitation and illegal trade, leading the global expansion of IFAW’s wildlife crime and consumer awareness program. Under Kelvin, IFAW has expanded a Wildlife Law Enforcement Capacity-Building initiative, providing training, equipment and support to frontline enforcement personnel as well as public awareness aimed at reducing the demand and consumption of endangered species including bushmeat. He helps direct establishing a wildlife enforcement network for the Horn of Africa lobbying governments to strengthen their commitments to international wildlife treaties such as the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species. He is Advisor to the Caribbean Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders Program initiative with the US Fish and Wildlife Service.