Maxi Louis is one of the cornerstones of Namibian conservation having been involved, since the inception, in the establishing of our communal conservancy programmes. From growing up in Katutura, during apartheid where there were no opportunities for a young black woman, to today being an award winning conservationist, who has made a huge impact in the lives of many Namibians. Maxi’s story is one of hope, of pride and of the power that every person has, to impact the world for good.
In this MYD show podcast we find out:
- How Maxi became the powerhouse in conservation she is today
- What it was like to try and find your passion during apartheid when opportunities were very limited
- The inspiration for humanity that Maxi got from her mother
- The fulfilment Maxi received from being able to impact and improve the lives of many Namibians
Take a listen to the MYD Show with, here :
Or watch the highlights here: