Facilitator at the Australian Volunteers for International Development program (AVID) workshop training, ANU Enterprise Pty Ltd, 13th February 2013, Canberra. Sector facilitator (Environment and Agriculture) and country facilitator (Dominica, Dominican Republic, Peru and Suriname).
AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY (ANU)
Tutor Environmental Communications and Policy (Semester 2, 2010, 2011 and 2012), Environmental Governance (Semester 1, 2011 and 2012), Economics for the Environment (Semester 1, 2011), and Lecturer Introduction to Economics (2011), Canberra, Australia.
ASB-PARTNERSHIP FOR THE TROPICAL FOREST MARGINS –
WORLD AGROFORESTRY CENTRE (ICRAF)
Research Fellow, Estimating the Opportunity costs of REDD. Analytical methods and negotiation points for policy decisions. Policy analysis, capacity building and research for “Reducing Emissions from All Land Uses” (REALU) project, July 2009-April 2010, The World Bank Forest Carbon Partnership Facility, Washington DC, USA; Lima, Peru; Panama city, Panama, and Nairobi, Kenya.
SCIENTIFIC CERTIFICATION SYSTEMS (SCS)
Sub-contractor / Auditor Green House Gas Verification Program, Carbon Community and Biodiversity Standards (CCB, version 2005), June-July 2009, Madre de Dios REDD project, Madre de Dios, Peru.
MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATIONAL SCIENCE COUNCIL
Sub-contractor / Consultant: Climate Change Research Agenda for Peru as part of the Second National Communication to the UNFCCC, April – June 2009, Lima, Tarapoto, Piura, Arequipa, Peru.
AMAZON INITIATIVE (IA) and CENTRO INTERNACIONAL DE AGRICULTURA TROPICAL (CIAT)
Research Fellow,Coordinator for Knowledge Management and Communications, September 2007-September 2008, Belem, Brazil.
ASB-PARTNERSHIP FOR THE TROPICAL FOREST MARGINS and
WORLD AGROFORESTRY CENTRE (ICRAF)
Programme Associate, April 2006-August 2007, Nairobi, Kenya
Pantropic Ecosystem Assessment Research Officer, March 2003-March 2006, Nairobi, Kenya
Leader of ASB Participatory Scenarios Project
Global synthesis of Alternatives of Slash-and-Burn programme as part of the Sub-global Millennium Ecosystem Assessment.
FAO, Forestry division
Consultant, November 2002 – February 2003, Rome, Italy
Socio-economic trends and outlook in Latin America: Implications for the forestry sector to 2020 (Latin American Forestry Sector Outlook Study Working Paper).
SOCIA LAB (formerly SOCIA CENTER)
Consultant, April – June 2002, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Research on social ad sustainability issues of emerging markets.
Research Assistant, October – December 2000, Lima, Peru
Project between MOL Herbarium – UNALM and the Royal Botanical Garden Edinburgh.
ITTO-INRENA URUMBA Project
Assistant Organiser, August 2000, La Bermeja, Jaén, Cajamarca, Peru
Training course on Forest Community Management Plan in the cloud forests.
Dean´s Office for International Relations, UNALM (ORGI)
Office Assistant, April – July 2000, Lima, Peru.
EDUCATION & AWARDS
AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY (ANU), Canberra, Australia
-PhD candidate, Environmentla Science and Resource Management
-2010-13 CSIRO Energy Transformed Flagship research and living expenses scholarship
-2011-13 Crawford Tuition Scholarship
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
2001-2002 Master of Science, Ecological Economics.
Awarded Shell Scholarship, MSc. dissertation marked with Distinction.
UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AGRARIA LA MOLINA (UNALM), Lima, Peru
-2001 Forest Engineer
-2001 Agribusiness Management Diploma
-1995-2000 Bachelor of Science, Forest Sciences
* Top 3% of class 2000-I: 5th place out of 181 students.
* 3rd place out of 18 students: Faculty of Forestry
* Member of Faculty of Forestry Council, 1999
– Spanish (mother tongue)
– French (basic)