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In a unique position

New AWF President Kaddu Sebunya will be the passionate face of AWF’s policy and advocacy efforts across Africa

A son of teachers, Kaddu Kiwe Sebunya was introduced to international affairs and global issues early in life—an introduction that initially started him on a career focused on rural development and humanitarian relief. While studying in France, however, the Ugandan native became more attuned to issues around the environment. He eventually earned a masters of science in sustainable resource management and policy—one of only two African students in a class of 17—from the Imperial College of London. (Sebunya also holds a Master of Arts in Law, Policy and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University.) He went on to work for the International Union for Conservation of Nature (or IUCN) and Conservation International, among other organizations. Most recently, he led the U.S. Agency for International Development/Uganda Biodiversity Program for AWF. In January, Sebunya was appointed president of AWF, responsible for advocating for wildlife as part of Africa’s future. Following are his thoughts on his new role.

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