Liliana Betancourt Fernández
Conservational of land, coastal and marine resources. PhD in Biology.
Liliana Betancourt Fernández has worked as consultant for more than 20 years in the conservational of land, coastal and marine resources of Hispaniola Island. She has participated in the elaboration, implementation and leadership of multiple projects with national and international NGOs, government institutions, academics or cooperation agencies, funded by GIZ, Oxfam Quebec, USAID and UNDP.
Liliana has extensive experience in environmental management, coordination and execution of environmental impact studies, elaboration of environmental characterizations and agendas, management and conservation of coastal and marine ecosystems, studies of ecosystem-based zoning, integrated management plans, sustainable ecotourism alternatives and development of national biodiversity inventories.
Liliana has a doctorate in Biology from the University of La Coruña, Spain, a university diploma in Biology from the University of La Habana, Cuba, and several international trainings in environmental impact assessment, strategic impact assessment and marine bio-geographic data management.