Isabel Grijalva

Communications Officer

Maria Isabel has a degree in Interactivity and Multimedia with a specialization in Communication Design from San Francisco University of Quito - Ecuador, and a Master degree in International Communication from Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia.

She has 6 years of experience in communications in public and private companies. She also speaks English, Mandarin and Spanish. She started working as part of our team in August 2018.

Articles

Identifying strategies against a bio-invasion in Galapagos: the parasitic fly Philornis downsi

On February 7th and 8th, the Charles Darwin Research Station held the international Workshop on Advances in the Search for Solutions for the Control of the Avian Parasite Philornis downsi and for...

The California Academy of Sciences Expedition to Galapagos 2019

The California Academy of Sciences (CAS) has a deep-rooted research history in the Galapagos. For decades, these islands have been visited by scientists and visitors as a living laboratory of...

60 years of Science in Galapagos

In 2019, the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) celebrates its Diamond Anniversary. Since its creation on the 23rd of July 1959, it has produced thousands of scientific research results for the...

2017-2018 Annual Report Launch

Our 2017-2018 Annual Report has been released. It features work we do to provide knowledge and assistance through scientific research to ensure the conservation in Galapagos. This document provides...

Annual Christmas Bird Count in Galapagos

For the third consecutive year, the Charles Darwin Foundation and the Galapagos National Park Directorate, are organizing an annual Christmas Bird Count in Galapagos. The goal of this campaign is to...

Charles Darwin Foundation Board of Directors has a new President

Hans van Poelvoorde MSc, has been elected President of the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) following the retirement of Dennis Geist after seven years as President and ten years on the Board of...

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