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Chris Jameson

Chris Jameson
Director of Operations

​Chris Jameson is the Director of Operations for GWC. Chris works with GWC’s Board of Directors, CEO, staff, and partners to align programs with strategic priorities. He focuses on the development of processes and procedures for organizational and project management to allow GWC to implement and achieve its conservation goals. Chris oversees all programs and operations of the organization, ensuring that all activities are consistent with GWC’s mission and principles, and that appropriate goals and objectives are established and achieved.

Chris has a background in biology and has provided program support and managed projects both remotely and in the field, most recently serving as Director of the Takamanda‐Mone Landscape Project for the Wildlife Conservation Society in Cameroon. Previously, he was Manager of the Global Marine Partnership Fund at Conservation International.

Education

  • ​M.S., University of Michigan
  • B.S., University of Minnesota

Contact and Social


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  • ​Strategic Planning
  • Ornithology
  • Priority Setting
  • Project Management

Jameson, C. 2012. Gorilla Guardian up‐date: Expansion of the community‐based monitoring network. Gorilla Journal 45:13‐15.


Ambagis, J., Brouwer, J., and Jameson, C. 2003. Seasonal raptor and waterfowl fluctuations on the Niger River and Mekrou River in Niger, West Africa. Malimbus 25(1):39‐51.


Crisler, T., Jameson, C., and Brouwer, J. 2003. An updated overview of the birds of Park W, southwest Niger. Malimbus 25(1)4‐30.


Jameson, C. and Crisler, T. 1996. Guidebook to W National Park, Niger. Nouvelle Imprimier du Niger. United States Peace Corps, Niger. (English and French)


Jameson, C. and Kristensen, P. 1996. Results from the Annual Wetland Survey, Niger, West Africa. Pp. 26‐ 28 in Les Dénombrements Internationaux d’Oiseaux d’Eau en Afrique, 1996 (Tim Dodman and V. Taylor eds.). Wetlands International, Wageningen, the Netherlands.


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