Annette Elisabeth Lanjouw

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Annette Lanjouw is the Vice President, Strategic Initiatives and Great Ape Program for the Arcus Foundation.

Annette Elisabeth Lanjouw "is internationally recognized as a leading authority on the mountain gorilla. She has been instrumental in focusing attention on the gorilla's plight and in raising funds to ensure its survival. The focus of Lanjouw's work is conservation of the forest ecosystem that is the mountain gorilla's habitat. Since 1995 Lanjouw has been director of the International Gorilla Conservation Program, working in Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda. The program is funded by a consortium of three conservation organizations: African Wildlife Foundation, Fauna and Flora International, and World Wide Fund for Nature." [1]

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  1. African Gorilla Researcher, Poaching Opponent Honored, National Geographic Society, accessed November 24, 2007.
  2. Virunga Foundation Board, organizational web page, accessed March 9, 2019.