Kat Pirelli holds a degree in Exotic Animal Behavioral Management and Training. She has extensive experience working with animals, both exotic and domestic, in various countries.
She has a successful track record and has proven her professional skills by maintaining the well being of exotic animals, in various captive environments, including: set up of quarantine facilities; conducting nutritional evaluations; and implementing behavioral enrichment programs
She began her career working as a professional animal handler in the film industry and the Los Angeles Zoo. This included the orchestration, set “up and maintenance, of animal departments. Her work has extended to countries such as Malta, Australia, Canada, Africa, Morocco, Mexico, New Zealand, Saipan and most recently, Borneo. Her knowledge of safe transportation of animals, and the complex process and logistics, qualifies her as an expert.
Additionally, she is certified in a variety of medical disciplines that cover the safety, health, and care of animals, as well as humans. She stays educated and informed by attending annual industry conferences and workshops about sustainability and environmental impacts of agriculture abroad.
Jennifer Nicholson is an accomplished actress, fashion designer and animal advocate. Jennifer provides support to our organization, helping to connect our charity with celebrity supporters to help raise international awareness for Borneo.Jennifer Nicholson
Anne Maria Tafoya comes to the Borneo Wildlife Preservation as our Social Media Manager. Anne Maria has a long background in nonprofit causes and her love of animals and the environment.
As former director of Communications and Media of the American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles, various departments through the County of Los Angeles as a Public Information Director and Social Media and Communications roles along with many years as a broadcaster, journalist and social media director, her goal is to draw attention to the plight of animal suffering and the necessity of renewable natural resources.Anne Maria Tafoya
DJ Weaver, LMFT, LNHA is the Administrator for Lakeview Terrace Post-Acute Hospital, in California. He is a seminar & Workshop Leader, a certified Energetic Healer, Child Education Advocate & Animal Advocate, and most proudly; a Board Member of the Borneo Wildlife Preservation. DJ has a Masters degree in Business and Administration as well as Counseling and Psychology and facilitates BWP’s fundraising and speaking events in the US.David Weaver
Patrick Zucchetta holds an engineering degree in electronics. He has 30+ years of extensive experience in company management in high tech activities around professional and cinema image and sound.
Over the last 10 years, Patrick participate successfully to the migration of theaters to digital cinema generation with the successful equipment of more than 20,000 theaters all over Europe.
In addition, Patrick participate to the Board of several companies to bring his experience and expertise in field such as technology, intellectual property and business development.
Patrick is sharing his business life between North America, Latin America and Europe.
On a personal level, Patrick is putting personal emphasis on pursuing a natural plant based organic lifestyle and is a long term animal advocate.Patrick Zucchetta
Dan Randall earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Oregon State University. He has further education in the areas of Bio-engineering and Engineering Management. He rose to mid-level executive management with several corporations including being the Regional Support Manager for companies selling computer hardware and software to the Department of Defense. He has served on the Board of Directors of several community arts organizations in a number of positions including President, Vice-President and Treasurer. He is currently the CEO of a business providing low-cost housing solutions.Dan Randall
Rachel Bradley runs Seven Twenty, an adventure sports production company based in Chamonix, France. Prior to relocating to France in 2012, Rachel lived in the UK where she studied Biological Science (BSc) specialising in primate anthropology and documentary film making (Dip), she was a volunteer at London Zoo working mainly in the primate enclosure and in 2009 traveled to Uganda to study and habituate golden monkeys.
This is her first wildlife conservation film but with a strong background in commercial video production and a passion for wildlife conservation she hopes to inspire others to make simple, easy changes for the health of our planet and be inspired to travel thoughtfully and support less fortunate countries.Rachel Bradley
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