Monica Biondo smallDr. Monica Biondo, Biologist, high school teacher SF 65 (Schweiz)

Zoologist and marine biologist. Born 1968th
She specializes in marine animals - especially the protection of rays, sharks and trading in reef fish for the aquarium. Campaign Director for Biodiversity and Conservation at Greenpeace Switzerland. About 10 years for Friends of the Earth Switzerland and worked as a biologist at the Fondation Franz Weber since 2012 Design. 2013, it received the environmental award "Trophée de femmes" of the Yves Rocher Foundation (3rd place) for their involvement in marine conservation. Languages: native Italian, German, English, French perfectly, Spanish well. Participation in CoP 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 16, Species protection activist since 1996th

Letonja smallDr.Dr. Thomas Letonja, Veterinarian flagge usa (USA)

PhD in Immunoparasitology. b. 1946.  Retired federal  government employee at the United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, and Food and Drug Administration, Center for Veterinary Medicine.  Currently his special fields include Virginia Master Naturalist with interest in native wildlife and  plants and volunteering at the National Museum of Natural History (Insect Zoo) with the Smithsonian Institution, and Civil Air Patrol.  Languages: English (fluent), Spanish (fluent), working German and Portuguese. 

Antimonova smallAntonina Antimonova, Dipl. Ing., russ (Russland)

Diplomingeneurin for engineering and tool technology. Born 1948. There is particular interest in the natural preservation of Russian ice landscapes, in particular the river system of the Volga. Supporting interest in wildlife conservation and CITES. Languages: Russian (fluent) German well.

Praxmayer ClaudiaClaudia Praxmayer, Biologist & author df (Deutschland)

Studies of Biology, independent PR consultant and author with a focus on medical / science and an active member of NABU Germany, has been involved for many years in the field of volunteer wildlife conservation and advocates for endangered species. Training in wildlife conservation in the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust in Jersey. Developed at NABU Germany a program for the protection of great white sharks, was at the snow leopard in the mountains of Kyrgyzstan, was fighting for the protection of endangered species such as sharks, elephants, snow leopards and gorillas. Languages: English (fluent) German mother tongue. Participation in CoP 13, 14, 15, 16.

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