Amboseli Ecosystem Trust’s Board of Trustees/Directors is a group of unpaid volunteers who represent and are responsible to AET’s clients, to the community, to funders, to the government, and to taxpayers as a whole.
The Board of Directors is responsible for seeing that AET keeps the promises described in the its Mission & Vision statements, and for assuring that AET is accountable for acting within the laws governing the operations of non-profit corporations.
The three top seats of the Chair, Treasurer, and Secretary are shared between Group ranches, Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), and Conservation NGOs, respectively. Investors, women, and youths are also represented on the Board.
Click here to meet our Board members.
THE MANAGEMENT TEAM
We bring together the communities and organizations of Amboseli to develop land use practices that improve the livelihoods and wellbeing through the coexistence of people and wildlife.
To keep the Amboseli Ecosystem rangelands open, diverse and healthy for the benefit of people and wildlife.
The AET has also been bolstered through the help and contributions of its funding partners and supporting partners. You can find out more about all of AET'S partners here.
If you are interested in partnering with AET, contact Daniel Leturesh for more information.
MORE ABOUT AET
Amboseli Ecosytem Trust is a registered charitable Trust incorporated under the provisions of the Trustees (Perpetual Succession Act) chapter 164 of the Laws of Kenya - Reg. No. 156/01/198/MMIX. After developing the general management plan, stakeholders created a Trust that will oversee its implementation. The Trust herein “Amboseli Ecosystem Trust” was established. It is mandated to mobilize resources for the implementation of the 10 years management plan. The supporters and funders of the Trust are key players in the ecosystem.