Community of leaders.
Kinship is for highly motivated achievers.
Connection. Collaboration. Impact.
Each summer, 18 Fellows—selected from hundreds of applicants around the world—come together with Kinship faculty to create a learning experience that crosses geographic and disciplinary boundaries. What's more, they become part of a supportive, inspiring
community that expands their outreach and potential.
With 210 fellows in 48 countries, representing six continents, our community grows stronger every year. As a Fellow, you'll forge lasting professional and personal relationships as you collaborate with like-minded colleagues working together to change the future of conservation practice.
For articles written by Fellows about market-based mechanisms in conservation, visit The Kinship Lens, the Kinship Conservation Fellows blog.
Kinship Regional Chapters and Affinity Groups
Kinship has nine Regional Chapters and Affinity Groups. If you are a Fellow interested in joining a chapter, feel free to contact one of the representatives listed below.
Conservation Finance Affinity Group - Cecilia Simon
East Africa Regional Chapter – Leo Akwany
European Regional Chapter – Anna Jamieson
Grasslands Affinity Group - Katie Meiklejohn
Latin America Regional Chapter – Kerstin Forsberg
Marine Affinity Group – Kerstin Forsberg
Startups Affinity Group - James Remuzzi
Watershed & Coastal Resiliency Affinity Group – Dan Tonnes
West Africa Regional Chapter – Ansumana Swarray
Western U.S. Regional Chapter – Amy McCoy
If you are a current or former Kinship Fellow, login below to access details about other Fellows and update your own profile in the Fellow Directory. You may use credentials provided to you by Kinship, or you may login using your own Facebook account.
"Kinship is a rare chance to be surrounded by intelligent and dedicated individuals whose passion is as admirable as the challenge of discrediting the notion of success being at the expense of the environment."
Canadian Freshwater Alliance, Canada