Meet the ACEER >> Holly O'Donnell
Director of Research, Co-chair of Science and Education Advisory Committee
ACEER Member since: 2021
Professional Affiliation: ACEER, Tamandua Expeditions
"Conservation, to me, means working with stakeholders to protect ecosystems, species and livliehoods. So that we leave future generations with a healthy planet."
Holly O’Donnell is a Scottish conservation biologist and expedition guide with a passion for tropical rainforests and understudied species. She has fieldwork experience in Antarctica, Zimbabwe, Paraguay, Ecuador and Peru. For two years Holly studied large mammal populations in the Peruvian Amazon followed by a Post Graduate Diploma and three-year research assistantship at the University of Oxford’s WildCRU.