Having completed her Ph.D. in 2016, Dr Tempe Adams is currently the Coexistence & Education Manager in Botswana for the wildlife research NGO, ‘Elephant Without Borders’, an NGO dedicated to the protection and conservation of Africa’s elephants. Tempe’s role in the organization is working with communities in helping them live and farm within wildlife areas, conflict free. She is currently based in the Chobe District of northern Botswana, an area renowned for its high elephant population. Tempe’s most recent scientific publication provides hope toward combating human-elephant conflict by conserving elephants and empowering rural communities. This research was featured in BBC and the Times, CNN and National Geographic.