Dr Hannah Mumby Books & Biography
Dr Hannah Mumby is a behavioural and evolutionary ecologist with a passion for applying ideas from her work to conservation.
Hannah is currently a Fellow at the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge and at the College for Life Sciences at the Wissenschaftskolleg, Berlin. She leads the Bull Elephant Network Project and conducts fieldwork with the NGO Elephants Alive in South Africa and Mozambique. She is also actively involved with conservation efforts and assists with collaring operations, translocating elephants and outreach work with local communities. Hannah recently completed a Fulbright Scholarship at Colorado State University, where she reconnected with Samburu, Kenya, the site of her first interactions with wild elephants.
Hannah talks about elephants on TV and on the radio, as well as in schools and universities. She lives between Cambridge, Berlin and South Africa, which means she spends too much time on aeroplanes.