Vice President, Government Relations & Program Design, African Wildlife Foundation

Daudi started with African Wildlife Foundation in 1999 as a Project Officer in Arusha, Tanzania. He has since progressed through a number of positions and been stationed in almost every area in which AWF operates. Due to Daudi’s breadth of experience, he rose to the position of Vice President for Program Design and Government Relations in 2013. In this role, Daudi leverages his 20-plus years of experience at AWF to raise government support for African conservation. A native Kenyan, Daudi studied economics at Egerton University, holds an M.S. in environment and development from the University of Manchester, and studied operations management at the Kellogg School of Northwestern University.

Daudi SUMBA is speaking at the following session