Britius was born and raised in a small community outside of Kafue National Park, the second largest park in Africa. He has always been passionate about wildlife and working with communities to ensure that people and wildlife coexist. Having worked for numerous community oriented programs such as reducing HIV/AIDS transmission in Zambian school children, managing the Musungwa Community Resources Board, and currently at Game Rangers International, he brings a unique perspective about how to tackle challenging conservation problems in some of the world's most impoverished areas. Britius’ key roles and responsibilities under Game Rangers International remain focused on working with communities to find solutions to human/wildlife conflicts as well as designing and implementing communications materials on human - elephant conflict. Further to this, he designs and produces a weekly radio conservation program that covers 6 Districts, 150km radius and more than 30,000 people. Additionally, Britius provides mentorship for women's groups on practical solutions that mitigate wildlife risks. He takes a leading role on human - elephant conflict mitigation as well as managing day to day activities of an elephant release facility when needed. Working all alongside the Department of National Parks and Wildlife, he remains committed to conserving wildlife in key protected and community areas.