Hugo William Navajas Bennett

Bachelor's degree in Cultural Anthropology and Master's degree in Regional and Local Planning, has more than thirty years of experience evaluating biodiversity conservation, climate change adaptation and sustainability projects and programs. He has worked for international cooperation agencies, global foundations and NGOs in over 40 countries. His clients include the Global Environment Facility (GEF), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the World Bank, the Moore Foundation, Conservation International and the International Center for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) among others. He previously held positions as Programme Officer and Deputy Representative of UNDP in Mozambique, Kenya and Honduras.

His role on the Board of Directors is establishing contacts with cooperation agencies, and providing advice on the preparation of programs, projects and evaluation mechanisms.

(Chairman of the Board of Directors)

Gonzalo Ulises Crespo Fernández

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Bachelor's degree in Law, Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, with Diplomas in Criminal Procedural Law, Labor Law, Commercial Law, Strategic Planning and Project Development.

Advisor to the Danish Embassy on labor issues, Advisor to the Argentine Embassy on matters of national law, Permanent Advisor in Business Management and Legal Representative in Bolivia of the company Energoproyect Niskogradjna S.A., Head of the Legal Department of Corazón de Jesus Hospital - Padre Adolfo Kolping Foundation, University Lecturer at the Central University - UNICEN. Founding Partner of the consulting firm specialized in legal and business management advice Crespo & Associates.

One of his major roles on the Board of Directors of PROMETA is to provide advice on compliance with the current legal regulations in the country regarding labor rights and certifications from the Government of Bolivia for the regular functioning of non-profit organizations in the country.

Vladimiro Moisés Camacho Montero

Bachelor's degree in Chemical Sciences, Master's degree in Business Administration specializing in integrated management of Quality, Occupational Safety and Environment from Viña del Mar University, Chile.

Consultant specialist in environmental impact assessment, managing environmental studies related to licensing approvals and environmental assessments for projects in the energy, mining and industry sectors. Extensive experience in executing environmental monitoring for infrastructure projects.

Lecturer in Environmental Impact Assessment and Quality Control subjects in the Agroindustrial Engineering program at the Batallas Peasant Academic Unit (UAC) of the Bolivian Catholic University "San Pablo" and the Civil Engineering program at the Bolivian Technological University.

His role on the Board of Directors is to provide guidance and programmatic orientation on the actions carried out in the programs established in the IEP, especially with regard to science and technological innovation.

Claudia Ranaboldo

Pedagogue with specialization in cultural anthropology and rural sociology. Italian, with more than 30 years of residence in Bolivia, she has worked for decades in Latin America, building bridges with Europe. She has led NGOs and has been a public authority in areas of rural development, gender and environment. She coordinated the Territorial Development Program with Cultural Identity for 12 years, being the main researcher at Rimisp-Latin American Center for Rural Development.

She has developed studies on issues related to agroecological scaling, networks and sustainability, territorial development, empowerment of rural women, strategies for valorization and management of cultural heritage and biodiversity. She has extensive experience in advisory services in these areas, collaborating with national and international agencies, an activity she continues to this day, especially with regard to independent external evaluation of projects, programs and country and regional strategies.

She is currently the general coordinator of the Biocultural Diversity and Territories Platform (, from where the international meeting and dialogue space Juntanza ( was created - among other initiatives. She is a guest lecturer at European and Latin American universities. She was the scientific manager for the French entity Diversity & Development, partner of the SUS-TER project (, Erasmus+ (Capacity Building) co-financed by the European Union. Within these frameworks, in recent years she has worked on inclusive development systems, which influence new university curricula and new training methods, more committed and effective according to territorial transformations and the role of local actors.