NATURE DEFINED AS PULCHRITUDE BY : MS BOKAMOSO TSHEKISO
Ms Bokamoso Tshekiso joined the Kalahari Research & Conservation team in January 2019. She is a qualified Association of Accounting Technicians and is working towards pursuing Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. Born in Bobonong a village in the Central District of Botswana, Bokamoso is a self-driven young lady and a good team member. Bokamoso joined KRC as accounts and administration Assistant, but her role does not only end in the office. In order run successful and inclusive conservation programs, a great deal of program planning and strategy is required. As well as project implementation and administrative support. Astute financial management is also vital for success. Bokamoso has since developed passion for conservation and enjoys fieldwork and community engagement. Currently based in Hukuntsi, her major role to coordinate the KRC field office base in Hukuntsi and has been actively involved in assisting in community outreach
in raising wildlife management awareness together with assisting with other projects. Bokamoso looks forward to actively being involved in conservation and supporting efforts to save the wildlife riches of Botswana, especially in SW Botswana.
Bokamoso with the ladies from the Ngwatle Adult conservation group gaining some skills on tracking from a local tracker.