Kate

Whittington

Science communicator


MSc student in Science Communication at Imperial College, London (Part time). Freelance Interpretation Developer currently based at the Natural History Museum, London.

From carrying out scuba diving surveys in Fiji, to completing my dissertation on lethal control of wolf populations in British Columbia, my passion for nature has lead me to gather knowledge of wildlife, and our relationship with it, from around the globe.

After graduating in 2010 with a 2.1 BSc (Hons) in Environmental Sciences with a Year in North America from the University of East Anglia I gained experience in science communication at Botanic Gardens Conservation International, The Royal Institution and the Natural History Museum before enrolling on the Science Communication MSc at Imperial College. I am now looking to pursue a career communicating natural history and environmental science, with the desire to engage present and future generations with wildlife conservation, climate changes and sustainability issues.