City, México; Claudia is
an empirical Biologist, and is
specialized in Butterlfly farm
and build them with her company
Maripoztlán, since 2006.
Also, she has worked as a Marine
Biologist and maintained a 400-liter
aquarium with soft and hard corals,
shrimp, clams and fish.
she is certified as High Quality
Rebirther, talking and managing
with workshops, conferences.
teaches classes about butterflies,
insects and environmental conservation.
She has been the director and
producer of Mother Earth Fest
(Festival Madre Tierra) in Cuernavaca,
Morelos - Mexico.
Hope Fund (GHF),
to develop and manage projects
Hans C. Leidescher
in Bogotá, Colombia; Swiss
Father and Colombian Mother, since
his childhood was interested in
architecture building tree houses
in his garden.
After high school, he studied
architecture in Switzerland at
the Academia di Architettura di
Mendrisio, with Valerio Olgiati,
Peter Zumthor and Mario Botta.
Then he decides to travel to Mexico
focused on pre-Hispanic Mayan
architecture and Mexican modernism.
(Luis Barragán, Juan O'Gorman).
to Switzerland and started MSc.
Master in Architecture and Urbanism
at the ETH
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
, focusing on urban development,
analizing refugee camps Saharawis
in the Sahara, as a Pupille of
Jaques Herzog & Pierre de
the publication "From Camp
to City - Refugee Camps of the
Western Sahara" ISBN 978-3-03778-291-0.
his Master in Architecture and
Urbanism, Hans worked as an architect
at Zürich, at Christ &
Gantenbein Architects, and Oliver
2010 he established his company
Leidescher Architekten, www.l4g.ch,
designing, building and developing
urban strategies and master plans
in Europe, North America, South
America and the Middle East.
He has participated in community
development programs and environmental
conservation in the Mexican jungle
and the northern Mexican desert.
He worked with several NGOs, in
developed design methods in various
indigenous communities. Hans joined
Green Hope Fund (GHF)
as an adviser and Fundraising
Director in Europe.