Enviropreneur™ | Wildlife
Safran graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1998 with a degree in Biological Aspects of Conservation. She spent a semester abroad at the School for International Training in Tanzania where her course work included field ecology, wildlife ecology, wildlife management and social and economic issues relating to Tanzania. In addition she took a summer course in the West Indies in Primate Ecology and Conservation, where she conducted an independent study on the positive and negative interactions between humans and African green monkeys within the Barbados Wildlife Reserve. She has worked as an ecotourism coordinator at the Conservation International Botswana Program and is proficient in Swahili.