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Julie Hanta Razafimanahaka received the Young Women in Conservation Biology award at the International Congress for Conservation Biology. She talked with SCB about her experience in the field of conservation, her work in Madagascar and advice for other women in conservation.
Genetic data can often provide information which would otherwise be difficult to obtain: to document a species' demography, ecology and behavior more precisely; to understand how diversity can drive ecosystem function; to detect invasive species; and to solve illegal wildlife and plant trade.
It has been a busy summer and fall. After returning from a highly successful ICCB, the Executive Office hired a new Finance Director, and moved last week to a new office in Washington DC. We are currently unpacking and organizing as well as preparing the 2016 budget.