I am a Ph.D. Student and Latin American Fisheries Fellow at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management in UC, Santa Barbara. I work in Quantitative Marine Conservation; my research combines Ecological and Economic theory with Data Science. I believe today’s available technology can allow us to revolutionize the way in which we manage fisheries and do conservation.
I have always felt passionate about the Ocean. Growing up in Playa del Carmen (Mexico) I spent a lot of time in the water. I have been a SCUBA diver since I was 10 years old, and a fisher for as long as I can remember. Aside from my work, I enjoy SCUBA diving, fishing, and sailing. Following what seems to be a tradition in my family, I enjoy cooking a blend of Mexican and Spanish dishes for my close ones.
Master of Environmental Science and Management, 2017
Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, UCSB
BSc in Oceanography, 2015
Marine Sciences School, UABC
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