Come to hear Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka talk about her memoir ‘Walking with Gorillas’
4.30 for 5pm on Thursday 18th May 2023 at the Queen’s Building, Emmanuel College, St. Andrew's Street, Cambridge CB2 3AP.
Dr. Gladys will be signing copies of her book.
Free entrance but booking required using https://tinyurl.com/4e7rax95
“I recommend this book to everyone interested in conservation, alleviating poverty, and the role of women in society. But perhaps most importantly, it is a truly inspiring story of how one determined and dedicated woman overcame many setbacks and faced many dangers to follow and realize her dream.”
—JANE GOODALL, PhD, DBE and UN Messenger of Peace
Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka, Uganda’s first wildlife veterinarian, tells the remarkable story of her life protecting critically endangered mountain gorillas. In the face of discrimination in a male-dominated world, one woman’s passion and determination to build a brighter future offers inspiration and insights into what is truly possible for our planet when we come together.
Through her innovative NGO, Conservation Through Public Health, Dr. Gladys has helped revolutionize conservation throughout the world with a focus on the integrated health of humans and wildlife. She has received many awards including the 2021 UN Environment Programme’s Champion of the Earth and the 2022 Edinburgh Medal for Science. ‘Walking with Gorillas’ is the story of her incredible journey.
‘Walking with Gorillas’ is published by Arcade Press. Hardback £20. It is also available in Kindle form on Amazon