Camilla Fritze is based in Panthera’s office in London where she manages the organization’s UK and European fundraising and media strategies. Camilla is bridging the gap between our field staff and corporate partners as well as exploring new funding opportunities within the London landscape. She is also working to increase Panthera’s presence in the local and national media. Prior to working with Panthera, Camilla worked at the Zoological Society of London on the Tiger Projects Database, a ten year dataset tracking NGO funding for tiger conservation. She also served as the Asia Program Manager at the Wildlife Conservation Society in NY. Having grown up between the U.S. and Europe, Camilla earned an M.Sc. in Conservation Biology at the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology after two years of field work in Central America and Asia. She is particularly interested in the social, political and financial challenges inherent in conserving the world’s most wide ranging species.