Gaia Bonini

Hub Administrator for the STOP Spillover Wildlife, Livestock, Epidemiology, Behavior Change, and Gender Strategy Resource Hub

Gaia Bonini is the Hub Administrator for the STOP Spillover Wildlife, Livestock, Epidemiology, Behavior Change, and Gender Strategy Resource Hub. Her background is in wildlife and land-conservation practices, using participatory methods to address One Health issues and applying geospatial tools to advance ecological and conservation initiatives. Ms. Bonini previously worked in human-wildlife conflict mitigation with WildAid. In addition to STOP Spillover, she currently serves on a USAID-funded study examining opportunities for integrating community-level health models in Sub-Saharan Africa. Ms. Bonini holds a Master of Science degree in Conservation Medicine from Tufts University. She can be reached at gaia.bonini@tufts.edu.

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