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Liliana Gutierrez M

Ocean Conservation and Restoration, and Community Building Specialist
Independent Consultant
Liliana Gutiérrez Mariscal

Liliana has a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the Universidad Autónoma de Mexico (2000). She has a Master’s in Science from State University of New York (2003), and a Master’s in Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs in Syracuse University (2002). As a member of a research group from the Ecology Institute in the UNAM, she participated in conservation and natural resource management programs in Distrito Federal, Michoacán, Guerrero and Oaxaca (1996-2000). From 2002-2007 she acted as Director of Environmental Policies in SEMARNAT, focusing her work in the coordination and design of what became the Sea Use Planning Federal Program for the Gulf of California (Ordenamiento Ecológico Marino del Golfo de California). Liliana joined the NOS team in July 2007 and in 2014 was promoted to be Executive director, she ended her cycle at NOS in June 2019 after the successful recovery of fisheries, the granting of a Commercial Concession and the local empowerment of women in El Manglito BCS. Liliana is currently involved as Senior Advisor in initiatives aimed at connecting the design of national policy to better understand and support local initiatives, gender equality for social and environmental restoration and networks of impact and collaboration. She is a graduated fellow of the Academy for Systems Change and a National Geographic Explorer.

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