Join us for tales of adventure, breathtaking wildlife encounters and advice from the men and women working tirelessly for Africa’s threatened species and for a better future for all across the continent.
SERIES 1 – COMING SOON
In this three-part series, we’ll bring you the extraordinary life stories and experiences of our 2023 Tusk Conservation Award winners. We’ll meet the conservation heroes working for a brighter future for all across Africa.
Bea Karanja is a conservation storyteller and philanthropist with over 25 years’ experience covering the African continent as both a journalist for BBC and Reuters and as a communications professional with UNICEF, Oxfam, and the African Wildlife Foundation. She has also had the opportunity to consult for the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, Kofi Annan Foundation, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. With roots in Kenya and Uganda, Bea continually strives to build strong partnerships that address the balance between Africa’s development and its conservation priorities.