Noah Sitati is the Wildlife Species Expert with WWF Tanzania Country Office and formerly a CEO of Masai Mara Wildlife Conservancies Association, Program Manager with African Wildlife Foundation and Species Manager WWF Kenya Country Office. He has over 15 years of experience in conservation of natural resources in the Mara and Amboseli – Kilimanjaro ecosystems and lecturing at the university as well as providing technical support to Central Africa states.
He is responsible for providing overall stewardship of species conservation especially the elephants and rhinos. He worked as a program manager for more than 10 years with international conservation organizations, and also brings strong experience in research with over 45 publications.
Noah was instrumental in the review of Kenya’s 2013 Wildlife Conservation and Management Act, and he is a member of several technical committees both nationally and internationally including IUCN SSC African Elephant Specialist Group and Sustainable Use and Livelihood Specialist Group.