Contributor - ELEPHANT CHARITIES - THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY
JANE EDGE is a former environmental journalist who cut her teeth reporting on the elephant and rhino poaching crisis in the 1980s. She subsequently became a director of Phinda Resource Reserve, communications director of CC Africa (now &Beyond), and manager of Nedbank’s green affinity programme in partnership with WWF SA. She was marketing and philanthropy director for African Parks before leaving in late 2014 to establish her own consultancy, Afrothropic. She is on the board of Fair Trade Tourism, and is currently its acting general manager. In ELEPHANT CHARITIES – THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY, Jane navigates the philanthropic world and highlights its wastage, as well as its successes in protecting Africa’s giants.