Dedicated experts with a proven record of success.
Our technical hub
Finance & Administration Mngr.
José Pablo Rodríguez
Programme & Partnerships Mngr.
Nancy De Lemos
Communications & Network Engagement Mngr.
India Programme Coordinator
Our field team
Our network of members allows us to have a direct relationship and knowledge about the situation of agriculture in various regions. We also have a technical network (trainers, auditors and advisors) ready to implement projects in America and Africa.
The Sustainable Agriculture Network works using a participatory, decision-making process with stakeholders. This structure enables credible consensus building and encourages democratic, inclusive and transparent discussions.
Our governing bodies are:
The General Assembly consists of all members of the network and it is the supreme authority of SAN. It has one representative for each one of the member organizations and elects the SAN Board of Directors. General Assemblies are held at least once a year.
Board of Directors:
The SAN is administered by a Board of Directors, composed of a maximum of 12 representatives of the members elected by the General Assembly. The Board of Directors approves the annual plans, goals and strategies of the organization. Board members serve three-year terms and their re-election is subject to a vote by the General Assembly. The Board of Directors meets at least twice a year.
The Secretariat executes the decisions made by the SAN Board. Its main functions are to administer the daily operations of the SAN, facilitate communication, promote cooperation with existing initiatives, coordinate support activities and oversee efficient implementation of SAN services.
Members of the Board of Directors and General Assembly
Laura Prada (Imaflora -Brazil)
Hando Hain (NEPCon - Denmark)
Elsa Matilde Escobar (Fundación Natura Colombia)
Alcides Andrade (ICADE –Honduras)
Miguel Araujo (SalvaNatura –El Salvador)
Lucia Jurado (FIIT –Guatemala)
Melanie Bayo (CEFCA –Ivory Coast) Romeo Domínguez (Pronatura Sur -México) Paul Matiku (Nature Kenya).