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ANA LEVY HYNES - WEBINAR SCHOLARSHIPS COORDINATOR

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.

Macarena Cárdenas Ypa- SPANISH INTERPRETATION WEBINAR COORDINATOR

Macarena, Argentinian, lives in Tucumán. She studied biology at the National University. She worked as an interpreter at the Miguel Lillo Natural Science Museum for eight years, especially with young aged groups, and currently works in the botanical garden. She is passionate about the plants and their interactions with other alive beings. In her free time, she likes reading, gardening, and nature walks with her family.

Mariana Marín Solano - MEMBERSHIP SHIPPING MANAGER

Mariana, Costa Rican, has a bachelor’s degree in Ecotourism from the University of Costa Rica and is currently working as a receptionist in Grano de Oro Hotel, San Josй Costa Rica. While being a student she developed some projects related to heritage interpretation, tourism inventory and culture. She loves nature, animals and everything related to conservation. She sees heritage interpretation as a perfect tool to teach people how to preserve the environment and natural resources.

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