Community Engagement Manager

Born in Nairobi, Nick’s early formative years were spent in Kenya, Malaysia, and Singapore where his fascination with the natural world was first nurtured.

Nick’s professional background was in the cruise and travel sector and was part of a team that launched 2 pioneering soft-adventure cruise lines. He relocated from Suffolk to Dorset in 1996 as General Manager for Condor Ferries and headed up Veolia Eurolines’ pan-European marketing, commercial and PR interests based in Paris.

Whilst running his own consultancy 2011-2017, Nick began volunteering as a licensed herpetologist for the Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust (ARC) including giving talks about his field research for ARC, BNSS and Ecology Faculties at UK Universities.

In 2017, Nick realised a longstanding desire to work in UK wildlife conservation and joined the Wildlife Trust (principally Dorset Wildlife Trust) as a fundraiser before going on to coach and mentor Woodland Trust’s Southern England membership recruitment team.   

“Wildlife has co-existed, specialised and thrived alongside farming here in the UK for millennia and I am delighted to join the CRT team to help encourage more Friends to support our efforts in reversing declines in farmland biodiversity”.        


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