Veterinarian, Wildlife Forensic Sciences & Conservation, Maples Center for Forensic Medicine
Hayley Adams has over 20 years of experience in wildlife veterinary medicine, conservation, and issues related to One Health in Africa, and has had the pleasure of working with a variety of domestic and wild animals over the years. She created a charitable organization, Silent Heroes Foundation, in 2010 as a way of contributing to conservation & One Health efforts in Africa. She is a veterinarian, and has a PhD in wildlife epidemiology and virology. She is a board certified Diplomate in the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine and the American College of Veterinary Microbiology. She teaches conservation medicine and related courses at the University of Florida, Department of Wildlife Forensic Sciences and Conservation. She is a Certified Meditation Instructor, and also a certified Compassion Fatigue Therapist. She has authored the book, "Conscious Conservation: Less Doing, More Being".