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Yamira Celeni Novelo
Technical Assistant, Conservation Program
Yamira Novelo joined the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in July 2016 as an intern and later occupied a full time position as WCS Technical Assistant, Terrestrial. She recently completed her undergrad studies at the University of Belize (UB) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Resources Management and also holds an Associate’s Degree in Environmental Science. Yamira works on the training and implementation of the Spatial Monitoring and Reporting Tool for partner organizations and government; as well as conducts Hicatee research in the Belize River Valley Area. She previously worked at the UB Environmental Research Institute with the wildlife team on Jaguar research and conflict; and the Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute assisting with manatee monitoring.

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