Kanahau is an academic network of creative minds, international volunteers and research-orientated professionals in different scientific fields, who stand united by an undying passion to promote through conservation action, the positive environmental and social change we have envisioned for this world.
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Andrea M. Martinez
Co-Founder & Vice President
Andrea Martinez is the co-founder of Kanahau Wildlife Conservation and a lifelong pioneer for the research of marine and terrestrial wildlife in Honduras.
Tom W. Brown
Research Coordinator & President
Tom has been a keystone member of our conservation research and management team since 2016, focused on developing and supervising research projects.
Kanahau was founded on Utila Island, Honduras, by Steven M. Clayson and Andrea M. Martinez in 2012.
As of 2016, the project has been co-managed by a dedicated team of well-seasoned early-career conservation biologists. Collectively, our sole mission is to preserve the biodiversity of Utila Island, as well as to collaborate in a network of like-minded individuals and organisations that promote the conservation of Honduran and Mesoamerican biodiversity.
Curious to learn more about our team?
Read more to find a summary of their CV and expertise below, alongside contact information, so you can ask questions directly.