Aurora Johnston

Aurora Johnston is a volunteer writer for the Cheetah Conservation Fund from Richmond, Virginia. She studies conservation biology as a third-year at George Mason University to further her education and passion for wildlife sustainability and species conservation. Writing for the CCF gives Aurora the unique opportunity to learn about first-hand experiences in the field directly from various scientists and researchers. She aspires to pursue a career in wildlife conservation research post-undergraduate.

Women in Science at CCF

February 11th is International Women and Girls in Science Day, so we decided to feature the women … Read more »

Why Cheetahs? We asked Paloma and Hank

Hank and Paloma are crazy about cheetahs. These two northern California kids are working independently to save … Read more »

Q&A_Blog

CCF Staff Q&A – Emma Alfonso

Born in Melbourne, Australia, Emma Alfonso, is CCF’s research veterinarian, working under CCF’s registered Veterinarian, Dr. Simone … Read more »