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Head of Capacity Development, Stanford

Kim Bonine

Kim leads the strategic growth of NatCap’s global training and capacity building programs. She has over 25 years of experience developing international training programs on economics and finance for conservation, and is dedicated to turning information into understanding by making learning interesting, relevant and accessible to diverse audiences. She has led the design and implementation of courses and analysis projects in Africa, Asia, the Pacific and North and South America on themes such as environmental policy, infrastructure development, fisheries management, conservation finance, and sustainable livelihoods. Prior to joining NatCap, Kim was the Training Director at Conservation Strategy Fund, leading their Numbers for Nature Training Institute and global training programs with activities in more than 40 countries and five continents. Kim also worked previously with Stanford's Center for Environmental Science and Policy, researching the ecological and economic dimensions of mangrove resource use in Micronesia and assessing vulnerability and resilience in coupled human-environment systems. Kim holds a MS in Earth Systems and a BA in Human Biology, both from Stanford University.