Elizabeth Mora Arguedas
Elizabeth María Mora Arguedas, Lawyer and Notary Public with a Postgraduate Degree in Agrarian and Environmental Law, studied and graduated from the University of Costa Rica, with an independent office of Lawyers and Notaries in the district of Paquera de Puntarenas and in Curridabat de San José by name Consultants Verdeley Sociedad Anónima. In 1986 and for nine years she served as Head of Legal Services of the Water Department of the former National Electricity Service now Public Services Regulatory Authority (ARESEP), former professor at the University of Costa Rica at the School of Agronomy in the Agricultural Economics career in the Agrarian Legislation course. She has 33 years of professional experience and 23 years of working in the Paquera district. Manager for 15 years of a group of companies dedicated to the conservation of wildlife that own the Matambu Private Forest Refuge, currently combines ordinary work with positions in local organizations, besides being Vice President of the Board of Directors of Asociación Ecológica Paquera Lepanto and Cóbano ASEPALECO, she is President of the Association of the Peninsular Biological Corridor and alternate prosecutor of the Peninsular Territorial Council.
Victor Manuel Barboza Jimenez
Victor was born in the canton of Nicoya, Guanacaste. Son of parents from Palmares, who had moved too Guanacaste in search of a better life. He studied education. He served as a primary school teacher in the Gulf of Lepanto, Río Grande de Paquera and Paquera Centro. He is currently retired. He participated in the founding process of ASEPALECO and has been a director of that organization on several occasions. In the schools where he worked he always was very active in communal development looking for solutions to the main problems. The director for several years of ADIPAQUERA. He affiliated with ANDE and SEC where he held regional and national positions. He is currently an active board member of ASEPALECO and was active in the ASADA PAQUERA for about six years; Coopeguanacaste R.L. delegate and member of the Regional Commission of the cooperative Cono Sur. A fan of nature. He likes soccer, cycling and fishing, meeting new people and having many friends around.
Alejandra Villegas Arroyo
Born on September 25, 1995 in San José, belonging to the town of Jicaral, obtained primary at the Camaronal School, Bachelor at the Professional Technical College of Jicaral as well as the average accounting technician. She has a Bachelor of Administration at the National University of Costa Rica. Alejandra is part of the forest firefighters in the area, and she went to represent the ASEPALECO organization as a volunteer in Germany, for a cultural exchange.
Benito Villegas Lopez
Benito has a degree in Agricultural Management from the Technological Institute of Costa Rica. He was among the founding members of Asepaleco while working as manager of the Puntarenas Cantonal Agricultural Center. Benito has also been Mayor of Lepanto, professor of agricultural studies, and has served on the Board of Directors of ASEPALECO in the past. He currently he is the principal of the rural secondary school on Venado Island
Norma Sheila Boyd Farried
Norma Sheila Boyd Farrier, Sales Executive, Retired. Vice President of the Integral Development Association of Paquera. President of the Association Prosalud del Ebais de Paquera, founding partner of the Costa Rican Network of Women Municipality, member of the board of directors of ASEPALECO. Trained in attention to Domestic Violence in Human Rights.
Alexander Bolaños Brenes
Alexander Bolaños Forest and wildlife management student at UNT, he loves nature and enjoys hiking in the mountains, he is passionate about music and plays guitar, his favorite hobby is fishing. He is from Lepanto and has good principles, values and is helpful, empathetic and full of life.
Jessica Rosales Godoy
Jessica Rosales Godoy is originally from the Nicoya Peninsula, has a degree in Financial Management, studied at the National University of Costa Rica. She to be a studied local tourism guide at the National Institute of Learning. In 2016 she joined ASEPALECO and fell in love with the project. Currently Jessica performs administrative work in Asepaleco, in charge of Reservations and administration. During her spare time she practices cycling.
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