Louise Glew, Ph.D
Louise specializes in impact monitoring and evaluation, community-based conservation and the social dimensions of conservation. Her current research focuses on applying robust methodologies to understand the social and ecological impacts of conservation interventions, and how these impacts vary.
As Program Officer for WWF’s Conservation Impact Initiative, Louise draws on her experience in both the natural and social sciences to help develop strategies for evaluating the impact of conservation interventions on both people and biodiversity. Previous work includes evaluating the effectiveness of community-based conservation in northern Kenya, and assessing the impact of human conflict on biodiversity in sub-Saharan Africa. Louise earned her Master’s and Doctoral degrees from the University of Southampton.