In an effort to promote and support the use of research in the animal protection movement, Faunalytics has launched a new public awareness outreach campaign targeting grassroots advocates, organizations, and university students to share the most important research related to animal protection.
Faunalytics seeks to empower advocates around the world with research to inform their work.
Our Research Ambassadors will deliver data-driven resources to fellow advocates, students, and collaborators in animal protection. Our goal is to reach 1,000 advocates in North America, Latin America, and Asia by the end of 2022.
Schedule A Free Presentation
Level up your advocacy! Faunalytics’ Ambassadors provide free, customized presentations for your animal advocacy group or organization. Learn all about 1) what research exists to inform your work for animals, 2) the latest insights related to animal protection in your country, and 3) how to apply data to your campaigns.
Presentations are available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin, and Cantonese.
Meet Our Ambassadors
Natalie Amezcua (she/her/hers) is a humane educator and world traveler, committed to understanding the intersectionality of systemic issues that are detrimental to humans, animals, and the planet. She’s been a long-time resident of Asia, teaching for several years in both rural and metropolitan cities of South Korea and China where she was able to unpack the importance community education plays in informing behaviors. With a Master’s degree in Humane Education from the Institute for Humane Education with Antioch University and a U.S teaching license, Natalie is on a continuous journey in combining her skills in education and her passion for influencing social justice through anti-oppressive frameworks in order to bridge gaps in equity and promote a healthier, solution-driven world for all.
A Chicago native seeking to explore the world, Clara Dell (she/her/hers) chose to attend McGill University, a leading research institution in Canada, where she focused her studies on anthropology and the environment. Following her graduation, she gained experience in a variety of fields relating to animal welfare, from tropical fieldwork to a local veterinary hospital, before moving to Massachusetts to pursue her MS in Animals and Public Policy at Tufts University. While there, her research centered around how monkeys must change their behaviors in response to anthropogenic climate change. Since graduating, Clara has set her sights on understanding and supporting a harmonious and sustainable coexistence between animals and people.
Bruno Link (he/him/his) is a portfolio manager and a proud vegan from Santa Catarina, Brazil. Bruno earned a BA in Defense and International Strategic Management from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and an MSc in Finance from Nova School of Business and Economics in Lisbon, Portugal. Bruno gained experience working in nonprofits during his years in Rio and he is passionate about animal welfare and social justice. Bruno comes from a family of animal farmers and grew up witnessing the cruelty of animal agriculture first-hand which led him to become vegetarian when he was 19 and vegan four years later. Bruno is committed to helping others transition away from dependence on animal products and abusive systems.
Ella Wong (she/her/hers) is an experienced project manager in user research and stakeholder engagement. She has led stakeholder and market research projects related to the alt protein industry in China, as well as the animal advocacy movement in Asia. She is also in charge of the distribution of research insights and general operations. Prior to Good Growth, she was involved in running sustainability-related training programs for corporates and government bodies. She also has experience in UX research & design and stakeholder management for a top property developer in Hong Kong and Mainland China.
Special thanks to VegFund for sponsoring Faunalytics’ Research Ambassador Project!