Our Team:


Angela Rendón




Born in Bogotá, Colombia; Angela Rendon received her B.A from Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Bogota Colombia and a Masters of Illustration from Istituto Europeo di Design, Rome.


Moving to NYC in 2000 to pursue her dream, Angela has built her career as an architectural lighting artist, production manager and sales specialist in New York City.

A lifelong humanitarian and conservationist, Angela is committed to inspiring, educating and empowering individuals and communities to create sustainable positive environmental and social change.

Angela joins Green Hope Fund (GHF), to help oversee operations, management of projects and help grow development and strategic partnerships with potential donors and volunteers.




Ross Harris




Born in New York, United States; Ross Harris received his B.A from SUNY Old Westbury and holds degrees in both communications and marketing.


Ross has held senior sales and marketing leadership roles in both national and global organizations and prides himself on the continued development of the firms he serves, himself and those around him.


His greatest passions in life are for entrepreneurship, volunteerism, philanthropy, conservation and fitness. Helping to provide the tools, resources, education and support the underprivileged and underserved need to live health happy lives while also making positive contributions to society and the environment.


Ross joins Green Hope Fund (GHF), to help oversee marketing, communications, operations and management of strategic projects to help develop and grow strategic partnerships with potential donors and volunteers.



Primavera Trujillo



Born in Paris, France. She lives in Colombia since 8 months old in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. She grew up in contact with nature and animals.

She likes cooking, meditation and Yoga practice. She has been developing different environmental and animal protection projects; such as the protection of a mangrove of 10 hectares, saving the Needle Cayman (Crocodylus Acutus) and other species such as parrots, turtles and iguanas that were involved in illegal wildlife trafficking.


Primavera joins Green Hope Fund (GHF) to develop new projects in the Caribbean Sea of Colombia and get support from international funds.



















Claudia Fragoso




Born in México 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.


Actually she is certified as High Quality Rebirther, talking and managing with workshops, conferences.


She 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.


Claudia joins Green Hope Fund (GHF), to develop and manage projects with GreenHope México (GHM).




Hans C. Leidescher




Born 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).


Returned to Switzerland and started MSc. Master in Architecture and Urbanism at the ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich , focusing on urban development, analizing refugee camps Saharawis in the Sahara, as a Pupille of Jaques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron. Concluding the publication "From Camp to City - Refugee Camps of the Western Sahara" ISBN 978-3-03778-291-0.


After his Master in Architecture and Urbanism, Hans worked as an architect at Zürich, at Christ & Gantenbein Architects, and Oliver Schwarz.



In 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.


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