Norina Carlos de Jesus Francisco Vicente, born in Tete Province, Mozambique, is an Entomologist in training and photographer. She received her B.Sc degree in Ecotourism and Wildlife Management from Instituto Superior Politécnico de Manica in Manica province. In 2016, while still studying, she accepted an internship in Mozambique’s premier protected area, Gorongosa National Park. Since then, her passion has been to understand how organisms and ecosystems are organized and how knowledge of ecology, evolution, and conservation biology can be used to develop better strategies to protect Mozambique’s national areas. Her interests concentrate on insects, taxonomy, new species, conservation of biodiversity, symbiosis between species, tritrophic interactions. Currently, she works at the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Laboratory in Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique where she manages the biological collections, coordinates biodiversity data entry and digital imaging of specimens, species identification, and curation. Norina also leads educational tours and regularly participates in biodiversity surveys of Gorongosa. She is actively working with the taxonomy of ants in Gorongosa National Park as well as Lepidoptera. Norina is currently pursing a master’s degree in Integrative Biology at San Francisco State University in California.