Silvia Rojas Fernandez has been the Senior Program Coordinator and Director of the Sustainable Biodiversity Fund (FSB) for several years where she grew a $16-million dollar biodiversity conservation fund to $24-million and lead an interdisciplinary team of experts in the process. She was also the Executive Director of the Fundación Banco Ambiental (Environmental Bank Foundation, FUNBAM) where she lead an interdisciplinary team to manage and enable initiatives that guarantee sustainable development in an efficient, agile, effective and transparent manner. Silvia is multilingual – Spanish, English, French and Portuguese – and currently lives in Costa Rica. She has a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree from the University of Costa Rica, several Master’s degrees in Business Administration from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., USA, North China University of Technology in Beijing, China, and ESEUNE Business School in Bilbao, Spain. She also has a degree in Business Administration from the University of Costa Rica and a Masters degree in Sustainable Development from the University of Costa Rica.
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