Nasser is the Director of Information Science at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in the United States, with over 16 years of experience. He advises on technology application creating an interface between conservation science and Information Technology and Systems and has built various tools to support conservation. His interest is on the intersection of conservation science and technology examining and applying various information systems to aid conservation efforts around the world. His current projects involve assessment and mapping of natural capital and developing spatially explicit land use change scenarios. He blends the fields of conservation and technology with a long history of spatial data analysis and modeling, data management and curation, programming, graphics and visualization, ecosystem services and natural capital mapping. Prior to joining WWF, he was the manager of GIS and Technology at Mpala Research Center in Laikipia. He has been involved in various natural capital projects and training in Uganda, Tanzania, Mozambique, Indonesia, Thailand, Bhutan, Mexico, Myanmar and Cambodia. He holds an MPhil. Degree in Environmental Information Systems from the School of Environmental Science, Moi University, Kenya.