Angeles Yazmín Sánchez Cruz. Manager in Conservation, Biodiversity and Citizen Science of Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans.
Graduated in Marine Biology from the Universidad del Mar, I started with the specialty of Fisheries Biology working on projects related to the subject. My work at CEDO began in 2007, with participation in data generation and group formation for fisheries and wetlands in the Northern Gulf of California. Among the featured projects are PANGAS (Northern Gulf of California Artisanal Fisheries: Environment and Society) with interdisciplinary alliances between the University of Arizona and other Civil Associations. Associate researcher in 2008 in the scientific research project called "Modeling of the marine ecosystem of Northern California," Atlántis "in priority sites such as bays and coastal wetlands." From 2014 to 2016 I developed as a Specialist in Wetlands in the project the "Sustainable management and use of the biological corridor from Bahía Adair to Bahia San Jorge and in 2016 to 2019 as a specialist in social participation in the Ecosystem Management Program for the Biological-Fishing Corridor, Puerto Peñasco-Lobos. Currently I am in charge of Management in Conservation, Biodiversity and Citizen Science.