Geeta Seshamani is the acting Senior Wildlife Conservationist, Co-Founding Director and Secretary of Wildlife SOS. Established in 1995 and based in New Delhi, India, the organization has an objective of protecting India’s Environmental and Wildlife resources from unsustainable exploitation. She is recognized by and affiliate to the Animal Welfare Board of India. Winner of the inaugural Planman Media Award for Environmental Activism (2009), the Karamveer Puraskar Award, Limca’s “People of the Year” Award, the prestigious “Pehal Award” by Zee News and two-time winner of The Elisabeth Lewyt Award for Disaster Management and Planning, and lauded guest speaker at innumerable engagements, Mrs. Seshamani is a tireless animal rights activist demonstrating lifelong devotion to the protection and well-being of all living things.
Lecture: What do Dancing Bears, Performing Elephants, and Sacred Cows Have in Common?