Research and Development Officer
Francis Osei-Gyan is a Research and Development Officer at Herp Conservation Ghana, West Africa’s first amphibian and reptile conservation society. He has a MSc in Development Policy and Planning from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana. Francis oversees conservation research activities for Herp Conservation Ghana including preparing scientific manuscripts, carrying out field inventories and overseeing both conservation education programs and forest restoration efforts. Francis ultimate goal is to inspire a well-informed global citizenry to protect endangered species and habitats.