Head of Programs, Humane Society International
Evan Quartermain is the Head of Programs at Humane Society International and has been with the organisation since early 2010. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science majoring in Ecology and Biomolecular Science from the Queensland University of Technology and is a member of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas. Evan is responsible for HSI’s terrestrial habitat and wildlife protection programs, having a particular focus on legislative reform, flying-foxes (including as a member of the NSW Flying-fox Consultative Committee), dingoes, and habitat protection through HSI’s successful Heritage and Threatened Ecological Community nomination programs. As the coordinator of the Australian Wildlife Land Trust for more than seven years, Evan has considerable experience in the world of private land conservation and has seen the program grow from 40 members to more than 500 at this point in time.