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Eibleis Fanning Managing Director

Eibleis Fanning - Managing Director

Eibleis founded Frontier in 1989. She is a prime mover in the gap year sector, having extensive knowledge and experience of the provision of well structured project placements. Eibleis has a particular interest and expertise in running conservation projects, where she sees the manager's role as one of uniting local community groups with donor agencies. For over twenty years she has been developing and managing natural resource conservation projects in response to locally identified concerns throughout the world, from Borneo's rainforest to Madagascar's coral reefs.

Bobby Johal General Manager, USA

Bobby Johal - General Manager, USA

Bobby Johal graduated in Accounting from Loughborough University and joined Frontier in 1998.  Having managed the accounts, development, sales and operations departments, Bobby now works as UK general manager for the company.

With Frontier's operations being so varied, Bobby thrives on the new challenges and developments that each day brings.

David Fairley Head of Marketing

David Fairley - Head of Marketing

David’s background is in project management, web development and e-commerce.  With a lifelong passion for environmental and wildlife issues, he was delighted to join Frontier in March 2012 as Online Marketing Manager.

With the backing of a dedicated and talented team of marketing and journalism staff, David works to promote Frontier and to improve the company's international presence.

Ella Nodwell Online Content Editor

Ella Nodwell - Online Content Editor

I have always had a love for wildlife conservation, community development and everything involved with the natural environment. Before studying a degree in Wildlife Media, which whilst being focused on photography and filmmaking had a strong emphasis on conservation and animal science, I travelled extensively for 4 years across 4 continents.  Since finishing my degree I travelled to my 5th continent and worked on community development projects in Malawi; including building, medical, teaching, fashion and photography.  As the Online Content Editor at Frontier I combine my love of media with the rest of my passions, building up a fun and informative online presence

Emily Morshuis Operations & Research Manager

Emily Morshuis - Operations & Research Manager

During my travels across the globe I have felt truly inspired by different cultures, the natural beauty and biodiversity that the countries had to offer. These experiences only added to my desire to understand the world around me better.

I recently completed my Masters degree in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation at Imperial College London, after graduating from Queen Mary University of London in 2013 with a degree in Zoology. Before uni I had the chance to work as a field assistant in the cloud forests of Honduras and conduct biodiversity surveys in the rainforests of Brunei, Borneo. Most recently, I had the chance to carry out the research component of my MSc in the the Daintree Rainforest in North Queensland, Australia, which was a challenging, albeit extremely rewarding experience which (along with the multitude of snakes, spiders and stinging trees) I won’t be forgetting anytime soon.

I believe my time at Frontier, firstly as a Group Projects Coordinator and now as the Operations and Research Manager at present has given me a valuable insight into how an NGO runs overseas conservation and community development projects. I currently manage the operations and administration of Frontier’s overseas projects, and supervise the science and research aspect of all expeditions and field projects. 

Daniel  Davies Overseas Operations Manager

Daniel Davies - Overseas Operations Manager

I'm responsible for managing the operations and administration of Frontier’s overseas conservation, teaching & community projects for Costa Rica, Belize, Cambodia and the Ethical Adventure Trails. My tasks includes the day to day support for the field projects including budgets, equipment, communications, procurement, staff and transportation and also comprises a large element of human resources for both the overseas projects and London HQ.

Sarah Jessop Partner Projects Volunteer Coordinator

Sarah Jessop - Partner Projects Volunteer Coordinator

Sarah developed a love of travelling from a young age and loves being able to experience new countries and cultures. Before studying for her degree in Zoology and Masters in Animal behaviour she volunteered at a wildlife rehabilitation centre in South Africa where she developed her interest in wildlife conservation. She is passionate about making positive change and has always wanted to work for an N.G.O, so the opportunity to work at Frontier seemed like a no brainer!

In this role, Sarah is excited to be able to help provide others with a great and unique experience and to help them discover their passion for conservation be it with nature or communities.

Sylvie Le Group Projects Coordinator

Sylvie Le - Group Projects Coordinator

I have been addicted to travelling since I was young. I have grown up in France, and I got the chance to frequently go to Asian countries. I have also improved my English while living in America, Australia and New Zealand for a few months. Last year I volunteered in a remote Filipino village and conducted several environmental and community development projects. It was such a great humanitarian experience and I have made friends for life in such a beautiful country.

Going abroad developed my passion for discovering new cultures, meeting new people and also for the environment and wildlife.

Once back in Europe, I decided to move to London where I have found the Project Coordinator position with Frontier. Joining an NGO focusing on conservation issues and wildlife, but also on community development is very rewarding. Furthermore, I now understand how the projects are managed and coordinated, which is very interesting for me, as I would like to pursue my career in environmental projects management.

Maddie Roach Events and Outreach Coordinator

Maddie Roach - Events and Outreach Coordinator

Being brought up in London, I have always had a desire to explore outside of the city and see what else the world had to offer. With a South African heritage and family members living from the shores of California to the bustling hub of Singapore, my passion for travel and adventure grew throughout my childhood.

I was not deterred from travel whilst studying for my Undergraduate degree in Public Relations and Communications at Sheffield Hallam University. In my summer breaks, I completed two volunteer internships, teaching and caring in orphanages in Thailand, and backpacked independently through Spain, immersing myself in the Spanish culture.

Since graduating in 2012, I have worked in both Marketing and Events Management and have lived, travelled and volunteered in Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Canada and North America…and that’s not the exhaustive list!

I have come to Frontier in the hope of combining my passion for ethical travel with my interest and experience in Events and Marketing. I also hope to develop my understanding of, and gain insight, into a successful NGO.

Jayke Clayden Partner Projects Volunteer Coordinator

Jayke Clayden - Partner Projects Volunteer Coordinator

I’m a Bachelor of Arts International Studies graduate with a deep commitment to human rights, community development and sustainability and environment. I’ve worked within communities in Vietnam, Indonesia, Uganda, Philippines and also within Australia, where I come from. I have experience working within communities with low socio-economic and marginalised backgrounds, including children in care, people living with disabilities and people from sexually diverse and sex-work backgrounds. I also have a deep passion for travel and have travelled extensively through South East Asia and Africa.

Fernanda Baraybar Volunteer Advisor

Fernanda Baraybar - Volunteer Advisor

Coming from Peru and Venezuela I have spent my life aware of the struggles in the world. Since I was very young I enjoyed doing volunteer work with various orphanages and environmental initiatives throughout South America. I was also very lucky to complete my university studies in Switzerland in a school that promotes travel and worldwide knowledge. Visiting various countries such as South Korea, Malawi, Greece, Malaysia and more, I decided to make my passion for travelling and volunteering my career. I searched to implement my studies of marketing and events with an organization that works to help improve the world. Frontier is a great place to do both and I am extremely excited to be a part of the team!

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