Peru Program Officer, Re:wild
Ana María has a law degree with a specialization in Public Administration from the University of San Martín de Porres, Lima, Peru. She also studied Indigenous rights, gender, ethnicity and the application of intercultural approaches in development projects at the University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.
Ana María has a decade of experience in human rights, management of social projects, agricultural production, evaluation of safeguards for Indigenous rights, conservation, and sustainable development of native and rural communities.
Prior to joining Re:wild, she was the Loreto Coordinator of Earth Innovation Institute, Coordinator of the Northeast Amazon Conservation Program of Nature and Culture International (NCI) and the lawyer of the Center for the development of the Amazon Indigenous peoples (CEDIA).