Technical Systems Engineer from the Pontifical University of Salamaca, specialist in Humanitarian Aid and Geographic Information Systems.
After several years of technology consultancy, in 2004 he began working with Doctors Without Borders as manager and logistics coordinator in the field, he has worked on projects in camps for displaced people, conflict situations, nutritional emergencies, cholera epidemics, Ebola..., in Sudan, South Sudan, Angola, Ethiopia, Guinea Bissau, Guatemala or India.
He has also worked with Action Against Hunger, first as logistics and regional security manager for Latin America and Asia, and in a second stage as Operational Logistics Manager.
In 2016 he completed a Master in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and leads some innovation initiatives based on the use of GIS and mobile data collection technologies aimed at humanitarian interventions, mainly risk and security monitoring.
In recent years, he has expanded his vision of security management to human rights defenders and activists, providing training and support in the definition of security and protection policies and guidelines.
He currently collaborates with La Cooperativa Humanitaria in different projects related to security management.