and raised in Africa, Corinne is a consummate world traveler who
never lost her strong attachment to the continent. After being
educated in Europe and the United States, she retired from an
executive position after nearly twenty-years in the US corporate
world, and returned home, determined to make a difference. As
the African Conservancy's President and Executive Director, she
is committed to applying her business and technical skills, her
knowledge of philanthropy, and her love and understanding of Africa
to promote the preservation of African wildlife and traditional
cultures, which she believes are our global heritage, the last
true instance of the divine design, a portal to human spirituality,
and the key to some of life's most profound mysteries.
Also an expatriate, Norbert Waldenmayer left
his native Germany at the age of five to grow up in the San Fernando
Valley, outside of Los Angeles, CA, also known as The Jungle.
With an advanced degree in development and city planning and management,
Norbert is a visionary who has spent the best part of his professional
life re-developing blighted city areas, and developing rural and
suburban areas in an eco-friendly fashion. A lover of animals
and open-spaces and a champion of the underprivileged, Norbert
lost his heart to Africa the first time he set foot on the continent.
As the African Conservancy Chairman and Founder, he is determined
to apply his very significant resources to its preservation and
Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization