Cameron Kerr is the Director and Chief Executive, Taronga Conservation Society Australia. While originally working in Agriculture and Veterinary Research and Development, Cameron has more than 15 years experience in Marketing and Communications roles across a range of industries including Ag Vet, consumer goods, health care, fundraising and tourism. Cameron has a Bachelor of Science with Honours and a Master of Commerce in Marketing and Organisational Behaviour. Prior to his current role, Cameron held various General Manager positions at the Taronga group, responsible for life sciences, marketing, media relations, environmental education, fundraising and partner/stakeholder management. He is on the Board of the Zoo Aquarium Association (ZAA) and a past President of the PKU Association of New South Wales. Taronga is actively involved in black, white and greater one-horned rhino breeding programs and recently celebrated the birth of the first Australasian F2 Black Rhino calf at Taronga Western Plains Zoo, in February 2010. Cameron is particularly passionate about inspiring Australians and tourists to appreciate and protect wildlife and their habitats.