Dr. Glen Reynolds is the current director of the South East Asia Rainforest Research Programme (SEARRP) in the Old World Tropics with fifteen years leadership experience and a proven record of success in securing major research grants, building institutional and political support and delivering scientific excellence, advice and impacts across multiple disciplines and to a range of stakeholders.

He earned his Bachelor of Science (Honours) in horticulture at Wye College, University of London, and his Ph.D. at Imperial College, London, where he focused on vegetative propagation and the early development of dipterocarp cuttings. His main research interests include forest rehabilitation and its impacts on ecosystem functioning and biodiversity. His high network connections, particularly in Southeast Asia, the United Kingdom, Europe and Australia and strong links among scientific institutions, the corporate and conservation sectors, government and non-governmental organisations will be potentially significant in TRCRC’s endeavours.