Director of Universidad del Pacífico Center for Studies inMining and Sustainability (CEMS as in the Spanish acronym). He holds a Master's Degree in Public Administration from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from George Washington University.
He was Manager of Corporate Affairs for Talisman Energy in Peru and an independent consultant on Corporate Matters at different companies in the mining and energy sectors. Previously he served as Regional Director for South America and President of the Regional Governance Council for Oxfam Programs. He has lived and worked in Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, and Honduras, countries where he has implemented programs and projects of community development and applied research.
He has more than 20 years of experience in private companies, the public sector, and civil society organizations. He shows a special interest in the management of organizational change and strategic planning and has extensive knowledge of development issues in Latin America.
Strategy, change management, project management, corporate social responsibility, team development.