I have over 10 years experience in nonprofit management and fundraising in the U.S., starting a resource center for Latino immigrants in Minneapolis and raising funds for student access to education at a private liberal arts college. Most recently, I was trained as a facilitator with the Pachamama Alliance and planned a symposium and workshop for hundreds of participants to discover their individual roles in creating an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, and socially just human presence on the planet. I am now pleased to apply my own personal commitment in these areas along with my nonprofit and fundraising experience to create a living model for a new humanity with Tierra Nuna Ayni. It is my goal to connect individuals and resources in support of the project. Please contact me if you wish to support the project in any way.
She has 40 years of experience in the Peruvian labor system in the administration area. She worked at the Universidad de Lima for 15 years as an administrative assistant in the faculties of Industrial Engineering and Systems Engineering, Vice Rector’s Office and the Investigation Department. The last 9 years she was the manager assistant of the Director for the company Haskoning International DHB Sucursal Peru. Today she works for the organization Nuna Ayni as a project coordinator and executive manager for fundraising.
Luz Maria is one of the Founding Directors of Nuna Ayni. She graduated from the University of Lima, Peru, with a BA in Communications and a focus in Photography and Documentaries. She has been learning and working in the field of Peruvian ancestral medicines since 2001. She has 4 years of experience volunteering with children in the Winaypaq Education Project in Cusco and the Children’s Hospital in Lima. She has also participated in global events promoting peace and ecological sustainability. Since 2003, Luz Maria has traveled internationally conducting various workshops and therapies, including Andean ceremonies and rituals, medicinal plants and herbs, women’s workshops, reiki, reflexotherapy, and massage. She dedicates her life to share the Nuna Ayni vision of how to live in harmony with oneself as well as one’s surroundings.
Daniel is one of the Founding Directors of Nuna Ayni. He is currently a masters candidate in Forest Resource Conservation from the University Agraria La Molina in Lima Peru. Since 2002 he has been dedicated to learning and promoting environmental conservation and the protection of biodiversity in Peru. His primary objective is to promote the sustainable management of natural resources and cultural heritage in the Andes as a strategy for social, economic and environmental development. He works to create spaces, workshops and events that promote awareness and harmony with all of Life.