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Our partnership provides the opportunity to create synergies in and with consultant teams interested in providing sustainable tourism solutions. We invite you to join our team. Below, we introduce some of the consultants whom offer alternatives that ensure comprehensive development.

 

MA Mr.Marcello Notarianni (Italy - Spain) (Master of Arts)

 

Studies

Bachelor in Economics and Banking. University of Siena. Italy (1997). Master in Tourism Economics. University "L. Bocconi", Milan. Italy (1998).

Work Experience

Mr. Notarianni is an economist specializing in sustainable development of tourism, and hospitality industry. Extensive experience in the field of hospitality and tourism, working for a variety of organizations: intergovernmental (WTO, ILO), government (SNV, Italian Cooperation), large local communities (Grupo Sol Melia, Louvre Group, Arthur Andersen, Mazars) and small businesses, non-governmental organizations, universities and academic and research centers. He has participated in various projects and programs in three continents (Europe, Latin America and Asia).

Organizations or institutions

Programs ODM, ST-EP and the United Nations International Year of Ecotourism, UE Life program, Al-Invest and Asia-Invest. Mr. Marcello is a leader of Sustainable Tourism Program SNV in Central America and Network Leader of sustainable tourism program SNV Latin America with emphasis on projects and programs of economic and social inclusion and poverty reduction.

Affiliations

Member of the Market Expert Groups Research and Promotion of the UNWTO, in sustainable Tourism destinations, and National Geographic Society destinations Management, Tourism and Protected Areas of IUCN, and the World Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC).

Publications

Identification of cultural tourism routes in the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua, OMT Program (World Tourism Organization), Final Report, Managua, Nicaragua, 2010.

Municipal Planning Guide of tourism in Nicaragua, SNV and the Intur, Managua, Nicaragua, 2010.

Manual on Tourism and Poverty Alleviation, practical guide to destinations, review and technical support, UNWTO and SNV, Madrid, Spain, 2010.

The Market of Responsible Tourism for Latin America and Nepal, SNV, 2009.

Good Practice Guide for Sustainable Tourism for Latin America Communities, SNV, Rainforest Alliance, Counterpart International, 2009.

 

MSc MSc Javier Navajas - (Spain - Costa Rica)

 

Studies

Degree in Mass Communication Sciences at the University of Deusto (Vizcaya, Spain)

Ph.D. in Communication, emphasis in Marketing, at INCAE, Alajuela, Costa Rica.

Graduate courses in diverse political promotion, Direct Marketing, Public Relations, Differentiated Creativity Mass Communication, etc .., in several countries.

Creativity Professor at National University of Heredia, José Cecilio del Valle University, Honduras. Professor and guest panelist, at various seminars, throughout Central America, Colombia, Mexico and Argentina.

Author of several textbooks on advertising, communication on radio and TV studies.

Work Experience

Cadena Nacional Española de Radio Popular , as editor, broadcaster, writer, presenter, reaching the position of director of programs and broadcasting. (San Sebastian, Pamplona, Vigo, Madrid.). Three years.

Creative Director, and General Manager for 4 years in PI, local advertising agency in Pamplona, Spain.

Creative Director and Vice President at Advertising Garnier / BBDO, Costa Rica, for two years.

Creative Director for Central America and Panama Advertising APCU / THOMPSON, for 2 years.

Promoted to General Manager of APCU / THOMPSON, of Panama, Guatemala and Costa Rica. Subsequently Vice President of the region.

At present the agency's Regional President J. Walter Thompson (JWT), for Central America and Panama. In that company, therefore, a total of 30 years spent

Organizations or institutions

Twice President of ASCAP (Costa Rican Association of Advertising Agencies), Prosecutor of the same several times. Twice president of the National Council Advertising and member of the board on several occasions (currently).

Affiliations

ASCAP, IMPUB, AMCHAM, Spanish Club, House in Spain, Spanish Association charity.

Publications (some of them)

“ The reason of the Radio?, The Thompson Way and more, Introduction to Advertising, Mom, I want to be a manager" ....

 

MA Humberto Díaz Cid Antonio Romero (Mexico)

 

Studies

Environmental Engineering (Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Mexico), Master in Management and Ecotourism, with emphasis on Management and Administration of Recreational Systems (Universidad de Costa Rica - 2005/2007).

Work Experience

Professor, Lecturer, coordination and logistics of ecotourism activities focusing on environmental education, Institutions Environmental Advisor, Company Manager of services and biodegradable products.

Organizations or institutions

Warner Lambert Team, Mexico - New PFIZER, Environmental Protection Federal Attorney, Universidad de las Americas, Puebla, Benemerita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Selvazul, Teconologico de Monterrey, Universidad Mesoamericana, Universidad de Las Américas de Puebla(UDLAP), Anáhuac, Yoliztli, BioAmoli, Greenlab, Mexico and Anrod School

Affiliations

Greenlab


Publications

Diaz del Cid, H. (2007): The true ecotourism, whom does it depend on? Ciudad Universitaria Rodrigo Facio. Universidad de Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica. Final work for master graduation.

Some notes on festivals and community organizations in tourist areas border. Caño Negro: Between tradition and globalization. FLACSO.

Sustainable Tourism Development, local and regional joint border in the Rio San Juan (Costa Rica-Nicaragua). Editorial FLACSO.

Article: Costa Rica and Panama strengthen ties through public-private partnerships Changuinola and Sixaola. Newsletter 15, Route sheet .

Article: Celebrated the X Reunion of the Consulting Integration Committee (CIC) of the ERAS. Newsletter 16, ROUTE Sheet.

 

MSc Nury Benavides (Costa Rica)

 

Studies

Master of Science in Economic Development with Emphasis on Community Tourism.
Bachelor of International Relations. Quality Control Technician.

Work Experience

Coordination and support in the process of implementation of programs and projects. Research and analysis. Collection and systematization of data and documents. Assistant and facilitator of activities (seminars, conferences, work with focus groups, workshops, among others). Work on local and community tourism development issues, touristic micro- entrepreneurs and value chains. Participation in studies on developing methodologies for identifying opportunities for integration in tourism development processes. Analysis of socio-cultural context, socio-territoriality and social-capital. Ability to coordinate, and motivate staff in multinational / multicultural environments. Excellent interpersonal skills as a facilitator, and harmonization of joint programs.

Organizations or institutions

Project Debt Exchange Spain-Costa Rica -INBIO-.Climate Change Direction (MINAET)
Regional Unit for Technical Assistance (RUTA)
National University-IDESPO
Pablo de Olavide University, Seville, Spain
Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO)
National Emergency Commission

Affiliations


Publications

Globalization of local tourism: Caño Negro, the female artisans facing the tourism development processes.

Some notes on popular festivals and community organization in areas frontier tourism. Caño Negro: Between tradition and globalization. Editorial FLACSO.

Sustainable Tourism. Local and regional joint development in the San Juan river border (Costa Rica-Nicaragua). Editorial FLACSO.

Article: Costa Rica and Panama strengthen ties through public-private partnerships in Sixaola and Changuinola. Bulletin Page 15 Article: Celebrated the X Meeting of the Interagency Advisory Committee (CCI) of the ERAS. Bulletin 16 Roadmap.

Article: Celebrated X Meeting of the Interagency Advisory Committee (CCI) of the ERAS. Bulletin Page 16 Article: Celebrated the X Meeting of the Interagency Advisory Committee (CCI) of the ERAS. Bulletin 16 Roadmap.

 

 

Lic. Rodolfo Iván Baca Bermúdez - (Nicaragua)

 

Studies

2011 - 2012 (at the present studying) Master of Business Administration University of Commercial Sciences - UCC, Managua - Nicaragua. 2006 American University, American Institute of Business Development, Graduate in the Formulation and Evaluation of Projects , Managua - Nicaragua. 1994-1999 Graduate studies, Bachelor in Pure Sciences Biology, National Autonomous University of Nicaragua, UNAN - Managua.

Work Experience

Director of Evaluation and Monitoring (the Tourism Development Project in South Western Nicaragua, South Triangle Road.
Centro Empresarial Pellas Foundation), Office Coordinator and Project Management (INTUR), Deputy Director of Tourism Planning and Development (INTUR), Head of Territorial Tourism Department (INTUR) and development of private tourism projects.
Organizations or institutions
Pella Foundation Entrepreneur Center, Nicaraguan Tourism Institute (INTUR), Inter-American Development Bank (ADB), the United Nations Program for Development (UNDP), Spanish Agency for International Cooperation and Development (AECID), World Bank (WB), Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, among others.

Organizations or institutions

Warner Lambert Team, Mexico - New PFIZER, Environmental Protection Federal Attorney, Universidad de las Americas, Puebla, Benemerita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Selvazul, Teconologico de Monterrey, Universidad Mesoamericana, Universidad de Las Américas de Puebla(UDLAP), Anáhuac, Yoliztli, BioAmoli, Greenlab, Mexico and Anrod School

Affiliations

President of Ometepe Foundation, ONGs nonprofit, established to develop proposals that contribute to the sustainable management of the Nature Reserve; Administration and management of the nature reserve, and cultural heritage of the national Ometepe Island, Promoting environmental education projects, Promotion of research activities within the reserve.

Publications

 

MSc MSc .Maria de las Mercedes Beguerí Pagés - (Argentina - CR)

 

Studies

Master in Evaluation of Programs and Projects, Bachelor in Statistics (UCR, Costa Rica).

Work Experience

Program Evaluation Consultant, Evaluation, Design, Processing and analysis of social surveys, Qualitative and Quantitative Studies on Social Issues.

Organizations or institutions

ILO, IDB, UN-Habitat, UNDP, UNICEF, Municipalities, NGOs (Non-governmental organization).

Affiliations

College of Economics Science of Costa Rica, Red Preval (Regional Platform for capacity development in evaluation and systematization of Latin America and the Caribbean), Organization of Ibero-American States for Education, Science and Culture (OEI).

Publications

Migrant Youth Module, Main Results. Council of the Young Person, Collaborator in the statistical processing, October 2008. “Childhood and Adolescence in 2000", Report VIII Journey of Statistical Data Analysis 2002, School of Statistics, University of Costa Rica, 2003.

Diagnosis on the degree of local integration of refugees in Costa Rica (2002), Consultant in charge of data analysis, UNHCR-UCR 2003 (spanich ACNUR-UCR), San Jose, EDITORAMA, 2003.

"Atenolol vs. Tenormin in Hypertension Control" Drugs Vol.2 No.2 1986 (Co-author) Costa Rica.

 

MScMSc Alexandra Mora Cortes - (Costa Rica)

 

Studies

2005 Master of Project Evaluation and Social Programs, University of Costa Rica (UCR)

2000 Bachelor of Science in Collective Communication with an emphasis in journalism and audiovisual production, University of Costa Rica (UCR)

1995 Bachelor of Science in Collective Communication, University of Costa Rica (UCR)

Work Experience

Owner and Director of La Lechuza www.produccioneslalechuza.com, social communication and visibility of PREVDA (European Union Funds - 2007), Head of Communication of the Tropical Agronomic Research and Education Center (CATIE - 2001/2007) , Editor and member of the Technical Committee of the Journal of Natural Resources and Environment CATIE (2004/2007), Project leader making visible the role of Central American Biological Agent in mass media communication in the region. (Funds SICA), Radio Nederland correspondent from Costa Rica (1999-2004), Professor of radio journalism and advertising (Florencio del Castillo University, International University of the Americas and Latina University of Costa Rica, from 1999 to 2000), Head of the department of radio and video of the Institute of Inter American Cooperation for Agriculture, IICA (1994 - 1997), and consultant in communication and graphic design since 2007.

Organizations or institutions

CATIE, IICA, EARTH, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources of El Salvador, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources of Guatemala, ACICAFOC, SINART, ANAM, SICA, CCAD, FAO, Global Mechanism, USAID ILO (projects in Central America), EUROCLIMA, among others.

Affiliations

Latin American Journalists Network

Publications

Creating Websites

2012 Creating Eight Web sites for micro entrepreneurs in the northern region of Costa Rica. Production funded by Project PROMES of EARTH University with financial support of AECID.

2011 Constitution of Web Productions La Lechuza corporations www.produccioneslalechuza.com

2009 Structure Map navigation, writing and editing for the website Support Program of Organic Markets for Central America and Caribbean (PROAMO). www.proamo.com

2007 Structure of the navigation map, redacting and editing texts for the CATIE’s website: www.catie.ac.cr

2007 Editing and creation of texts for the International Academic Program of Earth University, Costa Rica’s website: www.studyabroadearth.org

 

MA. Daysy Barrantes Angeles MA - (Peru)

 

Professional with 9 years of work experience in the private, public and non-governmental organizations related to tourism in Peru. Accountability, efficiency and commitment to my work allowed me to successfully lead sustainable tourism projects in various executive positions of coordination and planning, that I share with the performance as university teacher.

Studies

Tourism Manager (Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola, Peru), Master of Environmental Management and Ecotourism with emphasis in Policy Designing (University of Costa Rica), Diploma in Social Responsibility Management and Inclusive Business (Universidad del Pacífico)

Work Experience

Project Manager, University Docent, Lecturer Specialist, and Head of Sustainable Programs in tourism destinations. Business consultancy in CSR programs and Inclusive Business.

Organizations or institutions

CondorTravel Association, San Ignacio de Loyola University, National Service of Protected Natural Areas, Caritas of Peru and CondorTravel S.A.

Affiliations

Latin American Network of Cultural Tourism (RELATUC) Founding partner Organization in process of being constituted in Colombia, It counts with 10 professional partners. Experts in cultural tourism in Latin America.

Publications

Angeles, D. (2007) "Community Based Tourism in the National Reserve Pacaya Samiria - PERU" University City Rodrigo Facio. University of Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica. Final Graduation Master Work

For more information you can download the document in: www.ibcperu.org/doc/isis/7654.pdf

 

MA. Rodrigo Osorio - (Brazil)

 

Studies

Master of Environmental Management and Ecotourism with emphasis in Recreation Management Systems - University of Costa Rica, San José, Costa Rica. 2005-2007.

Bachelor in Tourism - Pontificia Universidade Católica do Paraná, Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil. 1998 to 2001.

Work Experience

Currently - sustainable tourism consultant and researcher partner linked to the Research Group on Social Organization and Participatory Management of Natural Resources in the Amazon, Mamirauá Sustainable Development Institute (www.mamiraua.org.br/pesquisa-e-monitoramento/gp-organizacao-social/). Online research: Tourism in Protected Areas: planning and management.

2003-2004 and 2008-2012 - Research in the area of Sustainable Tourism, and Coordinator of the Program of Community Based Tourism, of the Institute of Sustainable Development Mamirauá, Brazilian Amazon.

Jan 2002 to Nov 2003 - Naturalist guide in the Pantanal and the Amazon. Caiman Ecological Refuge, and Mamirauá Sustainable Development Reserve.

Organizations or institutions

Mamirauá Sustainable Development Institute, Brazilian Amazon. (www.mamiraua.org.br)

Affiliations

Research collaborator Mamirauá Sustainable Development Institute (www.mamiraua.org.br)

Publications

(some of them) OZORIO, R.Z., Janer, A. Business Plan Pousada Flutuante Uacari, Sustainable Development Reserve/Mamirauá. Analyzes and reflections on the past for the future. Technical report, IDSM, 170 p., 2012.

Janer, A., PERALTA, N.B., OZORIO, R.Z. Mamirauá: Community Based Ecotourism in the Sustainable Development Reserve in the Amazon Basin.In: Sustainable Hospitality as a Driver for Equitable Development: Case Studies from Developing Regions of the World. Legrand, W., Simons-Kaufman, C., Sloan, P. (Orgs.). Elsevier, August 2011. 450 pag.

PERALTA, N.B., OZORIO, R.Z., MARTINS, E. Community-based Ecotourism. Sustainable Development Reserve /Mamirauá, Amazonian State. SérieTurisol Methodologies in Community Based Tourism. Network Turisol. 46 pages. 2010. (www.mamiraua.org.br/publicacoes/tecnica/turismo-comunitario)

COELHO, E.A., OZORIO, R.Z. Travel Agencies and Tour Operators that Market Pan- amazon Ecotourism Destinations: Mamirauá positioning and gathering information for Amana. Uakari, v.6, n.2, 2010. (www.uakari.org.br/index.php/UAKARI/issue/view/10)

COELHO, E.A.; OZORIO, R.Z. The Planning Process and Engagement with Tourism Community Based Reserve Amanã, AM. Brazilian Journal of Ecotourism, v.4, n.4, 2011. (www.sbecotur.org.br/rbecotur/seer/index.php/ecoturismo/issue/view/13)

VIEIRA, F.S.; OZORIO, R.Z. The Interest of the ecotourists PousadaUacariem Visit Amanã RDS. Brazilian Journal of Ecotourism. v.4, n.4, 2011. (www.sbecotur.org.br/rbecotur/seer/index.php/ecoturismo/issue/view/13)

VIEIRA, F. S.; OZORIO, R.Z. Potential Analysis of Implementation Roadmap BirdwatchingnaPousadaUacari, RDSM, Amazonian, Brazil. Brazilian Journal of Ecotourism. v.4, n.4, 2011. (www.sbecotur.org.br/rbecotur/seer/index.php/ecoturismo/issue/view/13)

IDSM. Balanco Social Institute Mamirauá 2001-2011. Institute for Sustainable Development / Mamirauá, 2011. (responsible for information about the Program Community Based Tourism). (http://mamiraua.org/cms/content/public/documents/ 611aee75-0822-4a4e-926f-c674b9e69614_balanco_social_2011.pdf)

Ozorio, R.Z., Valsecchi, J. A., PAIM, F.P. Impact of extreme drought of 2010 in the management of ecotourism activity of RDS Mamirauá RDS. Special Edition Magazine Uakari. 2012. (submitted)

Ozorio, R.Z. Participatory Proposals Constructions for Better Quality Management of Agrotourism Services, the Case of the La Florita Estate, Santa Cruz de Turrialba, Costa Rica. "Master Thesis, 170 p., UCR, San Jose, Costa Rica. 2007. (www.mituramb.ucr.ac.cr/)

 

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