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PUP staff are individuals all over the world that share their knowledge and time to keep our organization working. They keep up-to-date with the PUP activities and projects, communicate this information through our social media pages, help coordinate our efforts and projects and participate actively in decision-making within the Consortium.


Ana Levy Hynes, Argentinian, studied biology at the National University of Tucuman, Argentina where she lives. She also specializes in heritage interpretation which she studied at the Univesitat Oberta de Catalunya in Spain. Currently she is pursuing her Master’s degree in Environmental Management at the National University of Tucuman. For two years she taught nature interpretation and environmental education in the major of protected area management at the Claes Olrog Institute which is an academic consortium between the National Parks Administration of Argentina and the National University of Tucuman. In her free time, she likes to paint, make land art, and gardening. She was a general member before assuming this post.

Olivia Parrott - Webmaster

Olivia, North American, has a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies and Spanish from Lake Forest College, and just finished up an internship as a digital marketing manager and researcher with the Sustainable Living Guide. As a student she worked with Jon while studying abroad to help develop a PUP project at Mistico Park. She loves running spending time in nature, learning about other cultures, and travel. She plans to develop her career around environmental sustainability.  

Eric vargas - Assistant membership manager

Eric, Costa Rican, studied Biology at the University of Costa Rica. He has experience as a teaching and research assistant, as well as an independent consultant in environmental education. He served as volunteer coordinator for the I Latin American Congress on Heritage Interpretation. He is currently working on his degree in environmental interpretation at the University of Costa Rica with a topic in Ecology and Interpretation training with a tourism company in Turrialba, Costa Rica, and with support from PUP.

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