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Name Country of Residence Title / CompanyExperienceCCNet Certified CoachTeaching Adaptive ManagementCoP - Indigenous CS ProjectsLanguage(s)Avail. to coach in other countries  
Bingku, Lavernita AllysaMalaysiaSenior Programme Development Officer (Borneo Programme) – WWF MalaysiaCoach   Malay, English  
Choo, Poh LeemMalaysiaMarine Biologist – WWF Malaysia       
Cornish (Mr.), AndyPeople's Republic of ChinaFounder, Cornerstone Strategies – Independent Consultant    EnglishYes 
Cybulla, FelixGermanyIndependent ConsultantCoach, Coach TrainerYesYes German, English, SpanishYes 
D'Arcy, LauraUnited KingdomIndependent ConsultantCoach    Yes 
Damian, SheelasheenaMalaysiaWWFCoach      
De Castro, GlenPhilippinesIndependent ConsultantCoach in Training      
Dewi Ritonga, Intan SarahIndonesiaProgram Development Manager – The Nature Conservancy IndonesiaCoach in Training      
Donysius, MaxentiusMalaysiaWWFCoach      
Dutton, IanUnited StatesPrincipal – Nautilus Impact InvestingCoach Trainer   English, IndonesianYes 
Fadzilawati Hamdan, LynnMalaysiaIndependent ConsultantCoach      
Gross, Marc-AlexanderNamibiaTransboundary Ecoregion Coordinator – Independent ConsultantCoach   English, GermanYes 
Hagir, Roa'aMalaysiaProtected Areas – WWF MalaysiaCoach in Training      
Hallam, ChrisThailandPanthera  Yes English, Thai/LaoYes 
Hansel, TroyLaosIndependent ConsultantCoach      
Hidayat, Nur (Ismu)IndonesiaConservation InternationalCoach      
Kennedy, BridgetFijiCI Asia Pacific Regional Development and Partner Manager – CICoach    Yes 
Koh, SharonMalaysiaWWF Malaysia       
Kwek, Mei JiunMalaysiaRSPOCoach   Malay, English  
Lasch, CristinaMexicoConservation Planning & Adaptation Lead & CCNet Technical Coordinator – TNCCoach Trainer   Spanish, English, German  
Le Thi Thu, ThuyVietnamWWF MalaysiaCoach   Vietnamese  
Le Viet, Tam (Mr.)VietnamProject Manager – WWF Vietnam        
Lee, Sheu JeenMalaysiaWWFCoach      
Maxentius, DonysiusMalaysia Coach   Malay, English   
Mejía, PaolaUruguayFOS Yes  Spanish  
Mori, LucaNew ZealandProgramme Associate, CI Pacific Programme – CI     Yes 
Morrison, JohnUnited StatesManager, Conservation Planning & Measures; Coordinator-CCNet – WWF USCoach TrainerYes  English  
Nadeson, ThiagarajanMalaysiaHead of Education and Public Sector partnerships – WWF Malaysia        
Ng, Julia  (Ms.)MalaysiaSenior Programme Development Officer (Peninsular MalaysiaProgramme) – WWF MalaysiaCoach       
Olsson, AnnetteDenmarkFoundations of Success EuropeCoach, Coach TrainerYes  English/DanishYes 
Pedro, DarsinahMalaysiaWWFCoach      
Permana, Rudi IndonesiaWWFCoach   Indonesian  
Plume, CatherineUnited StatesPrincipal – BlueGreenPlumeCoach   EnglishYes 
Ramachandra, AnuragAustraliaCICoach      
Renosari, GondanIndonesiaTNC       
Sheelasheena, DamienMalaysiaWWFCoach   Malay  
Sherman, JulieUnited StatesExecutive Director – Wildlife ImpactCoach    Yes 
Simpson, VirginiaAustraliaGreater Mekong and Timor Leste Development Manager – CICoach    Yes 
Siwan, ElangMalaysiaProtected Areas Officer – WWFCoach in Training      
Solomon Araral, RaquelSingaporeIndependent ConsultantCoach       
Supit, Elisabeth D.IndonesiaWWFCoach   Indonesian  
Tabar, HerminataliaMalaysiaCommunity Engagement and Education – WWF MalaysiaCoach in Training      
Tan, Hui Shim  (Ms.)MalaysiaHead of Planning, Development and Monitoring Unit – WWF MalaysiaCoach, Coach Trainer   Malay, English  
Voraua, Meo SemisiFijiMarine Program Manager, Fiji – CICoach      
Walsh, PhilippaAustraliaIndependent ConsultantCoach TrainerYes  EnglishYes 
Wijaya, AmbangIndonesiaWWFCoach   Indonesian  
Yaakop, ZurinahMalaysiaPlanning, Development and Monitoring Manager – WWFCoach      
Zahrah, FadzilawatiMalaysia Coach   Malay, English  
Zenobi, StefanoMyanmarWWFCoach in Training      

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