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Jemma Hearn

Vice chairman UK, Director SA

Biography

A true country girl, born and lived in Devon, UK her whole life. Jemma is most comfortable being outdoors, exploring and enjoying the beauty of the natural world. She has always had a passion for animals and has dedicated her life to caring for and protecting them. 

She studied the Advanced Diploma in Animal Management at college and spent her spare time volunteering for different animal charities and organisations. After college, she worked at an equine rehabilitation centre before heading back into education to study at University. Jemma graduated from Plymouth University with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Conservation Science and has worked on various animal conservation projects in the UK and in Transylvania, Romania.

Jemma has always been an advocate for wildlife and protecting the environment. She enjoys inspiring and educating others to protect wildlife and conserve their natural habitats. South Africa and its breath-taking wildlife hold a very special place in her heart. She loves the ocean and is a keen scuba diver and is dedicated to protecting the ocean and all of its marine species. Aliwal Shoal, off the coast of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa is one of her favourite dive sites with its rich diversity of marine life, especially sharks and beautiful coral reefs.

Even though she lives is in the UK, she continues to help raise awareness and support African wildlife conservation projects. It wasn’t a surprise that she jumped at the opportunity to become a trustee for Ubuntu Wildlife Trust.

Contact Info

Email : jemma@ubuntuwildlifetrust.com