Sanjiv Fernando

Research Associate

Our work involves finding and implementing new ways to protect endangered wildlife from extinction and I love working for such an important cause.

Sanjiv Fernando, Research Associate


Sanjiv Fernando is a Research Associate in RESOLVE’s Washington, D.C., office, where he researches and develops new technologies for wildlife protection, manages RESOLVE’s innovative conservation projects, applies data and spatial analysis to global conservation issues, and provides fundraising support for the Biodiversity and Wildlife Solutions program. His work focuses primarily on conservation issues, specifically human-wildlife conflict, anti-poaching, conservation technology, habitat preservation, and landscape conservation.

Prior to joining RESOLVE, Sanjiv completed his master's degree at Clark University, where he conducted pioneering research on human-leopard conflict in communities bordering protected areas in Sri Lanka. Now, at RESOLVE, his goal is to protect endangered wildlife and their habitats using technology and innovation.

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  • Program Management
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