Sean has been working in conservation since 2016, following his graduation from the University of York. He began his career in small-scale projects across Zambia before moving to the Republic of Congo to manage a portion of Africa’s largest chimpanzee sanctuary. Following a year in jungle, he moved to the Philippines to work in marine biology and socio-economic development. Finally returning to the Congo to manage a nature reserve, with a focus on wildlife protection, K9 units and anti-trafficking operations across the country’s national parks. He joined Odzala-Kokoua National Park in April 2022.