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Jayshree Govender recently joined The American Campus as a Part-Time Lecturer, teaching both the Environmental Sciences (ENVS 105) and Physical Geography (GPHY 112/113) modules. She currently holds a Master of Science Degree in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Similarly, she holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Honours Degree and a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Degree in Environmental Science from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
Jayshree is also an Independent Spatial Conservation Planner, an Associate for EcoAfrica Environmental Consultants as well as a Part-Time Lecturer for the University of Mauritius. Her area of expertise is to meet the challenges of conservation (marine and terrestrial) and heritage encountered. Based in Mauritius-South Africa, her expert advice is based on her extensive experience in land use-related conservation, her in-depth knowledge and ability to identify and understand the concerns raised; obstacles and opportunities presented, then to develop, propose and implement effective solutions to the conservation challenges encountered.
Over the last several years, Jayshree has been actively involved in a variety of multistake holder group engagements within Africa pertaining to both marine and terrestrial as well as heritage environments. Her work includes and is not limited to spatial conservation planning, including stakeholder participation in the planning; sensitization; capacity building; community education and development; blue/green socio-economic developments and opportunities, sustainable livelihood initiatives, adaptation, policy development, project management, monitoring and evaluations. Jayshree strives to channel her work experiences and expertise into her lectures, inspiring and shaping students to become environmentally