Jane Goodall earned a doctorate in ethology at Cambridge University, and later in 1965, she received her doctorate from Darwin College, Cambridge. She completed the doctorate after receiving advice from Louis Leakey.
Jane Goodall played several notable roles including: primatologist, anthropologist and United Nations Messenger of Peace. As a little girl, she had great interest in learning about animals and Africa. She couldn't afford a university education, so she worked as a secretary for a film company. Later, she visited Kenya where she met Louis Leakey. In 1960, she moved to Tanzania, where she cared for chimpanzees. Her efforts earned her a worldwide reputation and several notable awards, such as the Kyoto Prize and Hubbard Medal.