Jaqueline Valenzuela Meza

D. in Sustainable Development

D. in Sustainable Development and Globalization in 2016, she is currently a research professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur (UABCS). She is currently a research professor at UABCS, and is a founding member and serves as Executive Director of CERCA A.C., a scientific-environmental citizen center specializing in energy and air quality issues in Baja California Sur. At the same time, she is a member of several technical committees and national and international participation.

Executive Director of CERCA / 2018-Present
  • Description: To carry out the mission and vision of the organization through the direction of three fundamental axes, research, management and community work through the leadership of three programs, environmental health, citizen participation and energy transition.
  • Activities performed: Project design, planning and implementation, personnel supervision, research design, financial resource management, collaboration for the design of environmental public policies.
  • Applied skills: Group management, training of young researchers, thesis direction, use of science and innovation technologies.