A.A. (Allison) Muller
I gained valuable field work experience with cheetah in many game reserves around South Africa and am currently in the process of publishing a scientific paper based on my master’s degree research. During this time, I have worked on various research projects involving cheetah research, namely in Zambia, Benin, and South Africa, where my roles have been to assist with the evaluation and data analysis on existing and reintroduced cheetah populations. I was involved with monitoring a cheetah coalition during their first initial phase of release onto a 90 000-ha property in the Kalahari in South Africa. My duties included tracking (VHF and sign and track) and monitoring the health and wellbeing of the four individuals of the coalition, driving a 4x4 vehicle in a “big 5” reserve, providing reports for management and research purposes, and identifying possible communication hubs within the reserve. I consider myself to be a hard-working individual, who is committed to learning through experiences and applying skills acquired to assist in completing a challenge. I have a good ability to work well with others and can easily communicate with colleagues as well as customers. I am a reliable team player who is able to support and encourage other and thrives in a competitive environment.
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