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- ElephantVoices inspiring wonder in the intelligence, complexity and voices of elephants, and securing a kinder future for them through conservation, research and the sharing of knowledge. Joyce Poole Joyce Poole has studied elephants since 1975, holds a Cambridge University PhD in elephant behavior, and played a key role in obtaining the ivory trade ban in 1989. She is a world authority on elephant social, reproductive, communicative and cognitive behavior and has dedicated her life to the conservation and welfare of elephants. Poole headed the Kenya Wildlife Service Elephant Program from 1990-1994 where she was responsible for elephant conservation and management throughout Kenya. She is author of numerous scientific publications, two books and is lead author of The Elephant Charter. Dr. Poole and husband, Petter Granli founded and direct ElephantVoices. In 2011 they initiated an ongoing elephant conservation project in the Maasai Mara. Read more on elephantvoices.org. Petter Granli An economist with significant corporate experience in management and communication, Petter Granli 's venture into wildlife conservation began in 1998 as one of the founders of the award-winning Norwegian eco-travel company, Basecamp Explorer, which he directed for three years. In this capacity he initiated the Maasai Mara Cheetah Conservation Project and several collaborative eco-projects involving the Maasai. In 2004, while working together with Joyce Poole, he initiated a human-elephant conflict mitigation project around the Amboseli area. Together with Joyce he founded and directs ElephantVoices. Read more on elephantvoices.org.