Bachelor in Environmental Science and MSc in “Oceanography and management of the marine environment”. At SUBMON he participates in studies of underwater habitats and in projects of environmental education.
Abdoulaye Bailo Diallo
Graduated of CFGS in Administration and Finance at the Torre de Malla Institute (Barcelona) and Degree in Labor Relations. The work that develops to SUBMON is framed within the area of Administration and Human Resources.
Bachelor degree in Biology, MSC in Marine management and holds a PhD in Environmental Education by the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB). She has more tan 10 years of experience working in environmental education and science communication projects, at national and European level and also in projects of international cooperation for development in marine protected areas.
Graduated in Biology and Masters in Environmental Engineering. At SUBMON, she deals with projects around the study and conservation of cetaceans.
Bachelor in Biology at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, with a postgraduate specialization in Rural Planning in relation to the environment at the Centre for High Studies of the Mediterranean (CIHEAM)
She has worked over 14 years in marine conservation and fisheries management in Latin America, in result-oriented processes, trying to construct participative solutions, integrating public and private sectors.
Graduated in Business sciences and MSc in Environmental Economy at the university of Amsterdam (Holland).
After 15 years’ experience in the field of the sustainability, she currently works as international consultant specialized in Tourism, focusing both on the integration of sustainability as part of the criteria for strategic positioning and for management of tourist destinations, as well as on the development of products and tourist services linked to the “green” economy.
Biologist and MSc in “Biodiversity management and conservation”. In SUBMON he collaborates in studies of cetaceans and with the fishing sector in Costa Brava.
PhD in Biology specialized in bioacoustics. He currently works at NOAA’s “Marine Mammal Lab” in Alaska.
His research interests include the application of acoustic techniques to study the ecology of cetaceans towards their conservation, as well as the effect of anthropogenic noise in cetacean communication.