Our Partners:

 

Claudia Patricia Pérez Delgado




Claudia Patricia Pérez Delgado, is the Director of the Función Esperanza Foundation (FFE+) in Colombia www.fundacionfuncionesperanza.org. He works with FFE+ associated with Green Hope Colombia (GHC) since 2018.

She studied at the Rochester School in Bogotá, Colombia and is graduated as a Lawyer of Universidad del Rosario in 2001. She has a Master's Degree in "Public and Humanitarian International Law" from Université Panthéon Assas (Sorbonne), Paris, France in 2003.

She has a specialization in French Literature, Université L'Institut Catholic de Paris, Paris - France in 2002. She was an International Consultant for Higher Education, UNESCO - HQ's Paris - France from Nov 2003 - March 2004.

She worked at USAID, Miami - Florida 2008 - 2009 as a Human Rights Researcher Cuba (Research Human Rights). Claudia has a global certification at www.corewoman.org

Her work and commitment to young people has been important for the strengthening of the different artistic and cultural activities in Colombia.

 

 

 

Maikov Dumas

 

 

Maikov is theDirector of the Foundation ForestEver www.forestever.org and Technical Director of the Organization Up2Green Agroforestry in France. He signed in 2011 with Green Hope Colombia (GHC), an agreement for international cooperation for the development of agroforestry projects in the Colombian Amazon.

He studied International Agro-Development Engineering in 2007 in ISTOM, specializes in forestry. His first experience in the Research Institute of Tropical Forestry in Malaysia, worked in forestry in Cameroon and Democratic Republic of Congo.


Founded ForestEver association to educate and empower local communities in the Amazon. He joined Up2green Association to ensure the operational control of the plantations Up2green funded, including projects already committed to developing and ForestEver.


Maikov develops a methodology for monitoring and control the plantations in relation to organic certification.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Danielle Da Silva



Danielle Khan Da Silva is the Founder and CEO of PWB; www.photographerswithoutborders.org

Her mixed ancestry derives from Central/South Asia, Europe and Micronesia. She is an internationally-acclaimed and award-winning photographer/director, conservationist, scholar and activist. She is also Co-Founder of the Sumatran Wildlife Sanctuary and was the founding Co-Chair of the Dandelion Initiative.



She has earned a Honours Bachelor of Science Degree in Conservation Biology, Psychology and Global Studies from the University of Western Ontario, MSc. in Environment and Development from the London School of Economics.
Her work was published by National Geographic, the United Nations, The Economist, and the book Cities, Slums and Gender in the Global South: Towards a Feminised Urban Future.

As a filmmaker Danielle has created several documentaries, short films, creator and director of the PWB TV web series.

Danielle has worked with hundreds of NGOs and several multilateral organizations travelled to over 80 countries, and learned more than 6 languages including English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, some Swahili and Indonesian (she can also read and write in Arabic and is practicing her USL).

She is the recipient of the Canadian Top 30 Under 30 Sustainability Leaders Award, and was listed as number 2 in Matador Network's Top 17 Female Photographers of 2017 as well as their Top 5 Women Changing Media. She has been nominated for the 2018 Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award; she has also been nominated for Canada's Top 100 Powerful Women 2016, 2016 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards, and the 2015 Women in Biz Social Good Award.


Veronica M. Kettenhofen

 

 

Veronica M Kettenhofen is a native of Colombia-Brazil, South America and has lived in Denver, Colorado since 2007.



Since 2010, Veronica has been a video/photographer editor, working individuality and Corporations. She also volunteers for local organizations in the area, such as Intermountain Humain Society.



Her Tri-cultural background and focus on community collaboration has led her to a number of volunteer opportunities and community leadership roles.
Veronica’s passion for all creatures of has her continually looking for ways to preserve all the earth has given us.



She is proud and excited to direct her passion towards and to be a partner of Green Hope Colombia (GHC) with Chain Reaction 4 The Planet (CR4TP), that was founded in 2015 and supports our project in the Amazon.

 

 





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