Lucia Norris-Crespo was awarded an MPhil in Conservation Leadership at the University of Cambridge (2016-2017) and a double major in International Relations and Communications (2010). She worked as a political communications Advisor for the City Council on developing communications strategies and sustainability and gender violence campaigns that were implemented in Quito between 2009 and 2013. At FFLA, LAC Secretariat for CDKN, Lucia gained administrative and technical experience while coordinating projects and participating in developing MEL and Communications strategies. In 2014, Lucia started working at WWF as the Public Policies Officer for the Galapagos Programme and later as the M&E Officer for the Ecuador program. In 2018, she worked on a circular economy project to improve the quality of life of waste pickers. From 2019 until July 2021, Lucia was responsible for Jocotoco Foundation in Galapagos, and now she works as an independent consultant on sustainability, conservation, and the circular economy. She is very much interested in understanding and implementing new economic development models.