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Alex Diment
Senior Technical Advisor
Alex Diment has broad experience in conservation, and combines in-depth knowledge of community-based development and conservation, with technical expertise in ecological monitoring, and skills in project management, strategic planning and programme development. Alex has a degree in biology from Oxford and a doctorate in predator ecology from Sydney. He is a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, and active in the Society for Conservation Biology. He has lived and worked for many years in Southeast Asia, particularly Cambodia, as well as in Central Asia and Eastern Europe. He has a particular interest in the management of invasive predators, and a fondness for medium-sized carnivores.
Daw Zar Chi Myo
Site Office Manager
Hay Nay
Field Assistant
Hlaing Ko
Regional SMART Officer
Hnin Pale
Hnin Pale` graduated with a B.Sc. in Home Economics at the Yangon University, and in 2000 she further studied hotel management. In 2004 she joined with Wildlife Conservation Society, and has been working as library assistant ever since. She also had a chance to attend Basic Capacity workshop in 2006, library cataloging and classification course in 2007 and library software maintenance in USIS. Her responsibilities involve classifying and making available all the knowledge and data collected by WCS ever since the organization entered Myanmar in 1993.
Kyaing Hau Mann
Grant/Budget Manager
Naw May Thinzar Lwin
Site Office Manager
Naw May Thinza Lwin got her Bachelor of Arts in Communicative English at Karen Baptist Theological Seminary in September 2012. She also received a Bachelor of Arts in English from West Yangon University in 2013. She joined WCS in July 2014 as an intern, and later recruited as office manager for the Southern Forest Complex project. Her responsibilities mainly involve office operations, however she also assists the team in field trips as facilitator for the Village Consultation Process.
Naw Ser Eh
Field Assistant
Naw Sar Eh earned her high school diploma in 2010, and later her B.A. in Geography from the Dawei University. From July 2012 to March 2013 she joined Save the Children working on awareness projects related to child soldiers in Ye Phyu Township. Starting from July 2013, she has been working at WCS in the Southern Forest Complex of Myanmar, taking responsibilities for community based natural resources management and GIS mapping.
Naw Su Htet Thar
Finance Assitant
Naw Valuable
Education Team Leader
Naw Valuable earned her bachelor degree in English language from Pathein University. After graduating, she worked for Early Childhood Care Development (ECCD) at the kindergarten of Zinbar Village, Kaleinaung Township, for two and half years. Afterwards she moved to Taninthayi Nature Reserve Project and worked as an extension staff for three years, and also as a data entry specialist for the Chinese Petroleum Pipeline (CPP) Kanbauk Project. Currently she is working for WCS in the Southern Forest Complex, where she is responsible for community outreach and education.

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