Philip D. Tanimoto, Ph.D.
Director / Spatial ecologist. firstname.lastname@example.org
been a birdwatcher since I was a child. This activity has
brought me into the natural world throughout my life, and
has been instrumental in my conservation career. As founder
of Conservation Imaging, Inc., I strive to to do all I can
to promote wise use and conservation of our planet. My
commitment to cloud forest conservation stems from my
combined love of birds, mountains, and tropical America. My philosophy
is that life is short, so let's not waste it. Let's make a
real and lasting difference.
coordination and fund raising
of field operations
research and habitat conservation
Timothy Hatten, Ph.D.
Member / Entomologist. email@example.com
Hatten is an entomologist and owner of Invertebrate Ecology,
Inc., which focuses primarily on analyzing the biodiversity
of insects. He is an expert at data synthesis and analysis
to parse out taxonomic and geographic pattern at landscape
scales. Tim shares our vision of using science and community
projects to support the conservation of the cloud forest at
Cerro el Amay.
Jeremy Schewe, M.S.
Member / Restoration Ecologist / Botanist. firstname.lastname@example.org
parents took me polar camping in a blizzard when I was six
months old. They have been unable to coerce me into
emerging from the forests, mountains, glaciers, caves, and
islands for more than a few weeks since. I have a deep
love and appreciation for vascular plants, microclimates and
unique habitats, as well as observing patterns in
nature. As a result, I have spent the last 13 years of
my life working with threatened and endangered vascular
species, the habitats that host them, and the human
communities living in association with the respective
natural areas. My philosophy is to connect people with
place, place with people, for within is found a bond that
Elias Barrera Lopez,
Member / Guatemalan Field Adviser. email@example.com
works tirelessly for The Guatemalan Protected areas Council
(CONAP) and has an in-depth knowledge of the people,
wildlife, and forest resources of Cerro El Amay and its
surroundings. He also is superbly focused on the laws and
methods of forest protection. Since 2007, Elias has been key
in implementing our conservation projects by serving as a
liaison and facilitator with indigenous communities.
Rob Lenfestey, B.S. Board
Member / Conservation biologist / Habitat restoration
/ Sustainable development / Professional musician. firstname.lastname@example.org
have been working as a conservation biologist for years in
Southern Appalachia, Costa Rica, and Hawaii. The
opportunity to help spearhead a project of such importance
as this--preserving the cloud forest and caves of Cerro El
Amay--and to explore it's vast and uncharted ecosystems in
a true, pioneering way, is the project of a lifetime.
At Cerro El Amay, We have the special privilege of working
with the cloud forest villages of La Gloria and Laj
Chimel. Like us, they embrace the concept of
sustainable community development and have hosted several
of our projects in the name of cloud forest conservation.
Not many people have the opportunity to save such a
precious and vast resource for future generations. For
these reasons, I volunteer my time to help Conservation
Imaging preserve the El Amay Cloud Forest