I grew up on a conservancy in Kenya, surrounded by spectacular wildlife, an endless expanse of natural environments and boundless adventurous opportunities on the doorstep. I live for the outdoors and have the utmost respect for nature, this developed into a growing concern for the damage being done to the wild world. I decided to pursue this concern and set out to study Environmental Science at the University of Exeter.
My degree led me to Cornwall where I spent 3 wonderful years, discovered surfing, came across Surfers Against Sewage and made tracks towards a career in the environmental sector. After university I moved back to Kenya briefly, where I did an internship with Sanivation, an inspiring not for profit organization who turn human waste into charcoal. I then did some fundraising and publicity work for another charity called Conservation Zambezi but it wasn’t long before I found myself Cornwall-bound to take up my current position with SAS. I am thrilled to be back in Cornwall, and even more so to be working for Surfers Against Sewage!