Sociologist (UNAP- Chile) - Master in Politics and Social Planning - Specialist in Social Management (UNCUYO-Argentina). Red de Académicos por la Minería Sustentable member Socio-environmental consultant and sustainable management for organizations, government and companies from different parts of the country. Extensive experience in: Corporate Social Responsibility; Meaningful Stakeholder Consultation; Management of Social Impacts; Indigenous Peoples Safeguards; Social License to Operate; Support in international standards and action frameworks for sustainability (reports - projects); audit, monitoring and evaluation of Environmental and Social Management Plans. Writer on the new sustainable mining in specialized magazines and media for the public. Promoter of sustainable development through mining activity: "My challenge is to contribute to the strengthening of the new mining that is socially inclusive, environmentally sustainable and that generates well-being for the communities of influence and society in general".
The new mining is the cornerstone of the sustainable development.The immense capacity of this activity to mobilize human, physical, technological and financial resources places mining companies as fundamental agents to contribute to “Leaving no one behind”, one of the principles of the United Nations 2030 Agenda. This principle represents the unequivocal commitment of companies and organizations to be key agents to thrive in ending discrimination and exclusion, and reducing inequalities and vulnerabilities that leave people behind and undermine the potential of people and humanity as a whole To attain this, it is urgent to implement and strengthen good practices in diversity and inclusion. Management based on diversity and inclusion is fundamental to good governance and it is a source of opportunities and benefits for companies and organizations that implement them.