I’m currently working under Jabatan PERHILITAN Semenanjung Malaysia as a Wildlife Officer. My work mainly focuses on wildlife conservation and management in Peninsular Malaysia. Previously, I was a Research Officer working on the project ‘Improving Connectivity In The Central Forest Spine Landscape’ (IC-CFS) by UNDP. I had also worked for Proforest Southeast Asia as Assistant Field Coordinator focusing on oil palm sustainability management.
I have a Master Degree in Wildlife Ecology & Management from Universiti Putra Malaysia. My research entitled “The Effects of Monoculture and Polyculture Farming Practices of Oil Palm Smallholdings on Terrestrial Arthropod Diversity” discussed about arthropod diversity as ecological indicators in oil palm smallholdings in the state of Selangor, Malaysia. I had also done studies on the diversity of birds and mammals in both forest and agricultural landscapes. I have experience in wildlife conservation and forest ecology. Since working under Jabatan PERHILITAN, I’ve done camera trapping on mammals, wildlife field forensics, wildlife biosecurity and biosafety management and management of wildlife sanctuaries.