Roles at NAAEE
Martha started her conservation career in Namibia, where she worked for World Wildlife Fund. Her role was to support tourism business development and bolster communal conservancies in establishing viable joint ventures with private partners. She also supported business enterprise efforts of a nonprofit organization that aims to empower the San people socially and economically in the rural Nyae Nyae Conservancy in northeast Namibia (the first conservancy in the country).
While earning her Masters of Tourism Administration at George Washington University, she worked at the International Institute of Tourism Studies and the Institute of African Studies in program administration. She comes to us from Academic Travel Abroad. She is passionate about people, environmental conservation, and sustainable development.
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