Doctor in Animal Sciences, MSc. in Biology and Zootechnics from the University of Antioquia (Colombia). Diana has over 10 years of experience in academic research with a focus on data management and analysis.
She has participated in multidisciplinary projects from conception to final report and dissemination. This has enabled her to acquire knowledge on topics such as agricultural production, greenhouse gas emissions and climate change, land cover and land use change, territorial dynamics in areas affected by armed conflict (PDET municipalities), and rural and sustainable development.
Her ability to quickly master complex topics and adapt to the needs of the environment helped facilitate the success of these projects. She also performs well in project management, coordination and teamwork, contributing to a healthy working environment. Her research is largely motivated by the opportunity to contribute to the mitigation of the socio-environmental issues facing the planet.