The Super Gangs Behind Africa’s Poaching Crisis.
Gretchen Peters is the Executive Director of the Satao Project, which supports governments, communities and groups to find solutions to complex, transnational organized crime problems. She is also President of the Center on Illicit Networks and Transnational Organized Crime, a member of the OECD Task Force working to improve policy approaches to fight illegal trafficking, and a board member at the Center on Sanctions and Illicit Finance. Miss Peters holds a Masters’ Degree in International Relations from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, where she was awarded the Sié Chéou-Kang security and diplomacy fellowship and the Association of Former Intelligence Officers Life’s Choices Foundation Scholarship to examine illicit networks and transnational organized crime.
The Satao Project fights serious organised crime and corruption, and their convergence with terrorism, violence and social unrest. It provides support to governments, communities and private organisations facing complex transnational threats. Their highly experienced team conducts complex investigations and analytics, supporting clients to develop and implement workable strategies, and conducting training and high-level advocacy. Unlike traditional tactical responses to dangerous threats, the Satao Project support clients to attack the systems and networks that allow illicit activity to thrive.
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