Narendra Kumar Shrestha, born in Pokhara, Nepal, has been working in Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP), Nepal as Geographic Information System (GIS) Analyst since February 1999. ACAP established in 1986, is the first project to oversee the conservation of wildlife, nature, culture, and heritage of the Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA), the largest protected area in Nepal. The multifaceted problems of ACA have been addressed through an integrated, community-based conservation and development approach, an experimental model which has been in the vanguard of promoting the concepts of “Conservation Area” through an “Integrated Conservation and Development Program” approach in the country and abroad. After his graduation, he completed Advanced Diploma in Remote Sensing and GIS Applications Course from Tribhuwan University, Kritipur, Nepal. (Granted by WWF, Nepal and Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand) and 3 years Advance Diploma in Computer Science. Besides, He is the member of Lions Club of Pokhara Newroad Chautari. Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organization serving the blind and those in need. He is the Coordinator of Nepal Journey (non-profit, 501 C) based in Dallas–Fort Worth, Texas, “Nepal Journey” organization makes life better for underprivileged individuals by providing quality education, better health and facilitating their needs in Nepal. He managed several local organization involved in human and social development in Nepal, and since 2015 he is the Program Coodinator of the newborn care program supported by Day One in the country.