Diego Arevalo – Civil Engineer from the University of Los Andes – Colombia. Master degree in Hydrology and specialization in Hydraulics. Researcher and consultant in Integrated Water Resources Management and Water Footprint. More than 15 years of professional experience as a part of several companies and organizations in public and private sector, focused on development projects in more than ten countries, mainly in Colombia, Spain and Peru.
Key Projects: Project manager in Hydrology and water works – Acciona 2006/2009 – Spain, Technical Advisor of the Water Fund Lima – Aquafondo – 2010 – Peru, Coordinator in Peru for Water Futures partnership – 2011 – Peru, National Study Water Footprint of Colombia, WWF – 2012 – Colombia, Water Footprint Assessment in Porce river Basin – 2013 – Colombia, Water Footprint Assessment in San Luis – 2013 – Argentina, Water Footprint Assessment and Water Stewardship Strategy for SABMiller LAC, Bavaria (Colombia) and National Brewery (Panama) – 2013/2015 – Colombia and Panama, Water Fund in North of Santander – Alliance BioCuenca – 2015 – Colombia, Director of Water Footprint Assessment for Colombia – 2015 – Colombia.
Currently is working as Regional Director of Good Stuff International Latin America and Caribbean – GSI-LAC – based in Medellin. GSI (www.goodstuffinternational.com) is an international consulting firm with presence in Netherlands, Switzerland, Kenya, Spain and Colombia; focus on developing projects aimed at sustainable water management.