Kenyan national Paula Kahumbu is one of five new members of the Board of Trustees of the National Geographic Society, the renowned 134-year-old organisation. The five new members, whose appointments were announced on 12 January, took up their positions on 1 January.
The National Geographic Society is a global nonprofit organisation specialising in geography, archaeology, natural science, environmental advocacy, historical preservation, and the study of world cultures and history. Since 1888, National Geographic has awarded more than 15,000 grants for work on all seven continents, reached more than 3 million students each year with educational . . .
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