Dr Chloe Ross


Dr Chloe Ross has spent time exploring and working on conservation projects around Southern Africa and has always felt passionately about conservation, sustainability and community involvement.

She currently works as a veterinarian in Western Australia and is developing a program with Peace for Conservation to bring vaccinations to dogs in the community areas surrounding Tanzania’s National Parks, with the hopes of reducing human wildlife conflict and decrease disease spread to the native fauna.

She is currently coordinating program for peace for conservation in Australia, reviews paperwork, and helps the organization with strategies and fundraising. She hopes to instigate a partnership between Peace for Conservation and a Western Australian University to build a network of skilled volunteers and interns to bring to Tanzania to support conservation initiatives in the community areas surrounding Maswa Game Reserve and Serengeti National park