Writer and broadcaster Kate Humble has been President of WWT since 2018. Known for presenting a number of popular TV shows which focus on wildlife and rural Britain, Kate is also the owner of a small farm in Wales.
Kate recently fronted the Wetlands Can campaign and regularly champions wetlands and what can be done to protect them.
Mark Carwardine is a zoologist, environmental activist, broadcaster, writer and wildlife photographer. Perhaps best known for his 30-year TV, radio and book project, Last Chance To See, Mark has been a WWT Vice President since 2018.
Mike is an ecologist, ornithologist, writer, broadcaster and wildlife presenter on BBC1’s The One Show in addition to being a WWT Vice President.
Mike is a regular visitor to his local WWT site in Steart Marshes, where he often visits with his young son – also a budding naturalist.
David Lindo, AKA The Urban Birder, is a broadcaster, photographer, speaker, writer and avid birdwatcher. A Vice President since 2018, David is on a mission to engage city dwellers with the environment through the medium of birds.
A Vice President since 2018, Chris is prolific in the world of wildlife and conservation. A broadcaster, nature photographer, author and stalwart BBC nature watch presenter, Chris campaigns tirelessly on a number of wildlife and conservation issues.