Sergio is an environmental planner and project manager with more than a decade of experience in the design, management, monitoring, and evaluation of conservation and sustainability projects.
Prior to joining NPCA, he helped manage and expand conservation projects in Latin America for two of the world’s largest conservation organizations (The Nature Conservancy and World Wildlife Fund) and helped launch new projects for two of the world’s largest animal advocacy organizations at the intersection of factory farming and its footprint on water and air quality, community health, and animal welfare.
At NPCA, Sergio is a program manager for Northeast region and is mainly tasked with growing support for three national park units: the 70,000-acre Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area; the 73.4-mile-long Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River; and Stonewall National Monument, the first park unit (and a site of global significance) dedicated to highlighting the ongoing struggle for civil and human rights for LGBTQ Americans.
He holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Sciences and Policy from Johns Hopkins University’s Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. He was born and raised in Honduras, is fully bilingual in English and Spanish, and also speaks French and Portuguese. He likes to spend his free time exploring the supernova of a city where he now lives (NYC), biking, hiking in NY state parks and northeast national parks, and volunteering for human rights and animal advocacy campaigns.