Eduardo Fernández is a specialist in international development, with over 30 years of experience managing, planning, implementing, and evaluating development assistance programs with local organizations, NGOs, government agencies, international organizations, and foreign donors, as well implementing advocacy campaigns. He is skilled in team-building, problem-solving, and mediation and works well under adverse conditions, providing confident leadership. In addition to his deep understanding of the myriad issues that affect civil society on both the local and regional levels, Mr. Fernández is skilled in democracy promotion, behavior change, conflict analysis and facilitating dialogue among stakeholders in rural and urban settings and has worked extensively in regions that have been afflicted by social conflicts. He is experienced in developing community-based initiatives for non-violent solutions. His technical expertise is also in political analysis and the design of strategies for advancing democracy through civil society organizations.
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
what languages do you speak?
spanish (native), English and proficient in French
what countries have you lived in?
Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Colombia, Switzerland, US
what's your Hispanic connection?
I am latino
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