After obtaining his BSc in Biology, Mr. Warren Hoffman worked as an At-Sea Fisheries Observer on the Pacific Coast of Canada. This sparked Warren’s interest in wildlife and natural resource management which lead to his pursuit and successful completion of an MSc in Wildlife Biology and Conservation from Edinburgh Napier University. Mr. Warren Hoffman has a varied experience in wildlife research and management from African game parks to tropical marine reserves in Hawaii.
Mr. Warren Hoffman is an associate of Concorde Inc and focuses on bridging science in the pursuit of consensus in natural resource disputes, relations with First Nations, support to multi-party mediation processes, facilitating working groups, and producing neutral reports. Mr. Warren Hoffman also has an interest in applying natural resource management’s quantitative tools, such as decision and risk models, to multi-stakeholder resource conflicts.