About us

Nature’s Frontline is led by a group of dedicated volunteers who are passionate about conservation communication.

Charlotte Uhlenbroek, Patron

Charlotte studied Zoology and Psychology at Bristol University and then spent four years living in Gombe National Park, Tanzania studying wild chimpanzees. She has presented several TV programmes for the BBC, and a series on ape behaviour for Channel 5. She has also written three books.

Julia Brown, Patron

Julia is a lecturer in the Department of Geography, University of Portsmouth. She teaches and researches natural resource management in Sub-Saharan Africa, and runs an annual field class to Uganda where her final year students have the opportunity to explore the challenges of conservation in areas of extreme poverty.

Steve Peach, Project Director

Steve is a Senior Ranger working for Hampshire County Council at Queen Elizabeth Country Park and a founding partner of Nature’s Frontline. He has worked in Queen Elizabeth National Park with rangers from Uganda Wildlife Authority, and is instrumental in forming partnerships and directing the development of Nature’s Frontline.

Liz Bourne, Project Director

Liz has a background in communication, writing and editing, and is a founding partner of Nature’s Frontline. Her interest in conservation and natural history has led her involvement in Nature’s Frontline and she focuses on finding creative ways of sharing stories and news from rangers on the ground level.