Scott Hajost is the Chairman of the Board of Directors at Thinking Animals United, the Senior Wildlife Policy Advisor at the National Whistleblower Center, and a member of the Whistleblower Network News Editorial Advisory Board. He is an international environment and conservation policy and law expert and manager with over 36 years working with the US Government, NGOs, multilateral institutions, and leading global environment and development projects. Hajost served as the Chief of Party for the 2016 Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge, a USAID global initiative in partnership with National Geographic, the Smithsonian, and TRAFFIC. Before that, he was the Chief of Party for the global USAID funded Forest Carbon, Markets and Communities (FCMC) Program.
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