Our Team

Nathalie Belet

Swiss by birth, Nathalie cannot claim any formal background in conservation, biology or zoology. However, she approaches these subjects with humility and the awareness that only through changing our behaviours can we shape a better future for our next generations.

Her background in art, real estate and finance makes her a good organiser. She got involved in Conservation Global in January 2013 and is now a director. She’s a multi-tasker, full of ideas that she’s good at implementing. She’s responsible for student interactions and their welfare.

Her passions and a wish for change took her to South Africa where she fell in love with the Garden Route region. She now lives there, in the small town of Knysna, with her husband and their two teenage boys.

Testimonials

Conservation Global provided a comprehensive and engaging travel experience for a group of seasoned travelers. My expectations were exceeded due to the organization’s ability to strike a balance between learning and fun, academics were firmly grounded as the motivation for all activities. We had access to sustainability focused thought leaders who were great privileges to learn from; many of whom were only accessible through this fantastic organization and their vast network of environmentalists. From a beautiful sunrise hike of Lion’s Head in Cape Town to spending time with the students at Tsiba college in Knysna, I would happily relive this trip in a heartbeat. I am grateful for Conservation Global and the time and energy they put in to ensure a memorable, inspiring and educational South African adventure for all involved.

Morgan Mellinger May 24th, 2016

The South Africa travel was the most incredible experience of life!! With Conservation Global’s help, I experienced memories that will last a lifetime. From learning about sustainability in townships and wildlife conservatory at game reserves, to the social and economic issues that South Africa struggles with today, Conservation Global allowed me to be enthusiastic and engaged throughout our trip, as well as encouraged me to think about how my relationship with nature and the environment will affect future generations for years to come.

Julia Tomich May 24th, 2016

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