Australian born Natasha Anderson came to Zimbabwe in 1996 as a volunteer worker after completing a Master of Environmental Studies degree at the University of Melbourne. She has been based in the South East Lowveld throughout her sixteen years in Zimbabwe. Her initial work focused on natural resource management and education projects in the Maranda Communal Lands working under the Mwenezi Rural District Council. Post 2000 she became involved with the Lowveld Rhino Trust when she offered some of her spare time to help with monitoring rhinos – especially those sharing their range with newly settled farmers in the Bubiana Conservancy. Over time she developed opportunities to mesh her interest in education with rhino conservation and under the Sothern Africa Development Community Regional Program for Rhino Conservation, developed education support materials called the Rhino Cards. These materials form the foundation of LRTs current education program, which Natasha helps manage along with her monitoring work on a much expanded population of rhinos in Bubye and Save Valley Conservancies.