Anne's father was an I.C.S. officer, and she grew up in the wilds of Madhya Pradesh. She is a Founder Trustee of World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) India, which she helped set up in the late 1960s. Anne was a member of the Tiger Task Force that was commissioned by the late Prime Minister of India, Mrs Indira Gandhi, to select nine tiger reserves for the launch of Project Tiger. She served for 23 years on the Indian Board for Wildlife and was closely involved with the passing of the Wild Life (Protection) Act. Anne also served on the Wildlife Boards of nine states in North East and Central India. She is currently the Chairperson of the Rhino Foundation. In the early 1980s, Anne was awarded the "Member of the Order of the British Empire" (MBE) for her efforts to preserve India's environmental heritage and her conservation work with the Government of India.
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