Luis Eduardo Cevallos Chonillo

Environmental Marine Educator

Luis started his studies at Patrick Henry community college, Virginia. USA studying Environmental Science. Currently, Luis is studying environmental engineer and environmental science at Wilson College, Pennsylvania. USA. He is a Rescue diver and freediver currently getting his Divemaster.

He was a volunteer in 2016 in Small land Brid Project at the Charles Darwin Foundation. Also, he has experience in education, social, science and tourism fields in the archipelago. Fluent in English and Spanish. He worked on the Marine Education program.

Articles

Gap Year and Volunteering in Marine Projects in Galapagos

Growing up in the center of Guayaquil, the largest city in Ecuador, I spent my days surrounded by colorful buses, honking cars and taxis screeching to a hault at the line. I remember how much I...

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