Trustees provide leadership, experience and commitment

WVI is lucky to have extremely active trustees who provide leadership and we are indebted to their skills and experience, commitment and energy.

Sharon Miller MSc

Sharon Miller

Sharon founded Wildlife Vets International in 2004, and is Chair of the Trustees. She brings with her a wide range of experience in business, politics and science.


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Louise Heathcote

Louise-Heathcote

As a young teenager, Louise was deeply affected by a lecture given by Born Free Foundation founder, Bill Travers, when he visited her school.



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Ken Elliott

Ken-Elliot

Ken Elliott’s career included a significant period working around the globe, spending large amounts of time in Latin America, Asia and, most significantly, Africa.


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Peter Coe

Peter Coe

Peter has held a number of senior management and board director posts in the veterinary pharmaceuticals industry.



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Dr. Miranda Stevenson

Tom Ogilvie-Graham OBE, MBA

A biologist by training, Miranda is passionate about conservation and the protection of biodiversity.


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February Wildlife Creations

WVI’s Louise Heathcote publishes her latest Wildlife Creation: colourful pinwheels to blow the February blues away. Please share your creations with us by posting...

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Protecting Paradise

WVI provides regular hands-on training, advice and equipment to local conservation societies in the Seychelles...

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Walk4Wildlife to break record

On Friday 19th May, hundreds and thousands of primary schoolchildren all over the UK will be attempting to set a new Guinness™ World Record by taking part in the largest sponsored walk


Saving some of the planet’s rarest creatures from extinction needs expert help, and WVI can supply that when and where it’s needed.

Steve Leonard, Veterinary Surgeon and TV Presenter

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WVI is indebted to the generous individuals and organisations whose ongoing support - financial, moral and in kind - allows us to deliver our conservation objectives.