Joseph Binlinla is currently a Protected Area Manager at the Kyabobo National Park, where he started working in 2014. This was not his first time as a protected area manager, as he also served that position but in a different location, Bomfobiri Wildlife Sanctuary, from May 2011 to February 2014. As the administrative head of Kyabobo National Park, he held responsibility for biodiversity and conservation management, promotion and implementation of tourism plans, and budget and finances of the park. In addition, he also supervises and trains subordinate staff and officers. Lastly, he helps connect and liaise the park with external stakeholders.
One of his key accomplishments is training over 250 farmers around Kakum National Park in farm/crop protection, as he continues to show his dedication to preserving national parks but also improving the lives of many people that live near those areas.
He is a recipient a Master of Science from the University of Twente in the Netherlands, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Ghana. He is currently in the professional associations of Ghana Institute of Foresters and the IUCN (WCPA) Trans-Boundary Conservation Specialists Group.