Dr. Jane Goodall was born near London, England
Dr. Jane Goodall was invited to Africa for the first time, fueling her already intense affection with animals.
Dr. Jane Goodall, having successfully obtaining the funds to study primate behavior, embarked on her quest, setting down in Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania, then a protectorate of the United Kingdom.
Dr. Jane Goodall was arranged to attend Cambridge University in the UK to receive a PhD. in ethology. She completed her thesis in 1965
Dr. Jane Goodall publishes her research in her first book titled, "My Life Among Wild Chimpanzees."
In 1977, after observing the damage done by people in the wildlife in Africa, Dr. Jane Goodall founded the Jane Goodall Institute, in an attempt to prevent the further destruction of the environment and mistreatment of animals.
Dr. Jane Goodall founded the Roots and Shoots program to educate youth on the environment.
The United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan appoints Jane to serve as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.