Guillermo currently provides training and technical assistance for a variety of project teams that range from mid-size local NGOs to multinational projects of large NGOs, such as WWF’s South West Amazon, Amazon Network Initiative and the Gulf of California ecoregion programs, and networks like the Western Pacific Locally Managed Marine Areas (LMMA) learning network. Before joining FOS, he founded and directed the Atlantic Forest ecoregion office of Fundación Vida Silvestre in Argentina, where he coordinated their forest conservation program. Guillermo has a Ph.D. in natural science with a specialization in forest ecology and a B.A. in ecology from Universidad Nacional de La Plata (Argentina). Guillermo has taught forest ecology and biogeography at the undergraduate and graduate level.
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