Mrunmayee Amarnath has been with WCS-India since 2013 when she joined as a Program Manager. Having worked for five years as Assistant Director for Finance and Administration, she has switched roles and will now be working as Assistant Director, Field Conservation. She will be studying the conservation scenario in the various landscapes WCS-India operates in and explore solutions for existing problems.
Armed with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Kuvempu University, she worked with Northern Trust Bank in Bangalore for three years before joining WCS-India. Earlier, when a college student she has worked as a volunteer for the organisation’s field projects. She has regularly participated in line transect surveys, human-wildlife conflict surveys, distribution survey, boundary mapping survey and validation of camera trapped pictures of tigers and leopards of the program. Through her involvement in field activities, she brought in a strong understanding of the field projects for the better administration of the program and management of finances.
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