Diana Flores

Laboratory Manager

Diana, a permanent resident of the Galapagos, grew up in this Enchanted Islands surrounded by nature, which motivated her to contribute to the conservation of this beautiful natural laboratory. He studied his bachelor's degree in Biology at the Central University of Ecuador. Since she began her university career, she has been linked to science and conservation, being part of the Charles Darwin Research Station.

In May 2011 she became part of the CDF family, as a local volunteer for the marine collection, in 2012 she was a field and office assistant for the project “Monitoring green turtle nesting in Galapagos” and the project “Evaluation of the impact of vessels and movement and distribution of the green turtle within the Galapagos Marine Reserve”, in 2014 she was part of the STAFF and served as technical assistant of the Natural History Collections in the Herbarium (CDS).

He is currently pursuing a master's degree in Environmental Management and Audit in Marine Science and Technology.

Since 2019, she has served as Coordinator of the laboratories of the Charles Darwin Research Station, and is happy to be part of this prestigious institution.