Alison Cornin is a zookeeper and primate behavioral expert. She is also the American director of the Monkey World in Dorset, England. It is a sanctuary for neglected and abused primates.
She has been working in this field for many years. And she has made herself well known for her work. Know more about her from the details below.
Quick Facts: Alison Cronin
|Profession||Actress, Zookeeper and primate behavioural expert|
|Husband||Jim Cornin (died in 2007)|
|Education||Biological Anthropology from Cambridge University|
We’re celebrating the anniversary of Bixa arriving at the park today! She is our oldest known chimp here, and will be 43 this year 🙂
However, she has very few adoptive parents! If you’d like to support the park, how about joining our adoption scheme? Go to our website to adopt! pic.twitter.com/hst6GuSfDq
— Monkey World Dorset (@MWApeRescue) May 31, 2020
Interesting Facts about Alison Cornin
- Alison was born in the year 1966. She is 54 years old as of 2020. And her birthday is in September. But we don’t know the exact day of her birthday.
- She was born in San Diego, California as Alison Lorraine Ames. She holds American nationality but her ethnicity is not known.
- Alison completed her education from Cambridge University. She did her studies in Biological Anthropology.
- In the year 1993, she met her husband Jim Cornin at the Monkey World. And they got married in the year 1996.
- In the year 2006, Alison along with her husband Jim was awarded by (Member of the Order of the British Empire) M.B.E for the work they had been doing for the welfare of animals.
- Both Alison and her husband were the directors of the Monkey World. Her husband passed away in 2007 and even after the death of her husband, she continued her work in Monkey World and is still working.
- Alison got fame fro the Monkey Bussiness show. In the year 2007, the name Monkey Bussiness was replaced by Monkey Life. Basically, the show is about animals and rescues.
- She has not given the information on her earnings and net worth.
- In the year 2018, Oxford Brookes University awarded Alison with an honorary degree for the amazing work she has been doing.
- You can know about her work from twitter @MWApeRescue.