Kenyan Wildlife Conservationist
Saba Douglas-Hamilton is a conservationist, filmmaker and TV host. She served as a Trustee of Save the Elephants (STE) for a decade and is now their lead ambassador. With a first class degree in Social Anthropology from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, she first worked with the Save the Rhino Trust in Namibia before helping establish STE’s research HQ in northern Kenya as the organisation’s first Head of Operations. As a wildlife filmmaker with the BBC Saba hosted nine award-winning TV series and twenty-four documentaries. As a communicator on conservation, she is acclaimed for her ability to inspire audiences around the world to engage with the wild world. She also runs Elephant Watch Camp, an intimate eco-camp and life-long partner of Save the Elephants.