Botswana Program Associate; Conservation Scientist
Kaggie is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University where her studies focus on Human/Wildlife Conflict in the Makgadikgadi/Nxai Pans of Botswana. She received a MA in Conservation Biology at Columbia University in 2015. Her thesis focused on anthropogenic features that influence elephant movement. She earned a BA in Environmental Studies from Colby College in 2010, and during her time at Colby she was a Round River student in Namibia in 2008. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree, she spent three years in South Africa working on a private game reserve, conducting large carnivore research. Kaggie has been working with Round River in Botswana since September 2015.