Paige Gehren practiced as an Environmental Economist for 9 years working for the Bureau of Natural Resources, the KZN Department of Nature Conservation and the Eastern Cape Department of Nature Conservation.
Together with her husband Brett Gehren they founded Isibindi Africa Lodges in 1996. The first lodge to be built was Kosi Forest Lodge in iSimangaliso Wetland Park, followed by Plains Camp in Kruger National Park and Thonga Beach Lodge situated in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park – South Africa’s first proclaimed UNESCO World Heritage Site. Rhino Post Safari Lodge followed also in the Kruger National Park, then Rhino Ridge Safari Lodge in Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park. Most recently Tsowa Safari Island, Victoria Falls located in the Zambezi National Park.
Paige has been actively involved over the years in community and conservation projects affiliated to these lodges. In March 2019 Brett and Paige established The Isibindi Foundation to manage and expand their community and conservation projects. Paige lives on Tredinnock Farm together with Brett and their four children Joss, Geordy, Riley and Rorke. Their time together is spent exploring Africa.