• Ms. Elazegui obtained a Master’s degree in Technology Policy and Innovation Management from Maastricht Economic Research Institute on Innovation and Technology in the Netherlands. She also holds a Master’s degree in Agricultural Development Economics from the Australian National University. She attended the Summer Certificate Course on Sustainable Environmental Management at the University of California-Berkeley under the Beahrs Environmental Leadership Program. She has A Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture, major in Agricultural Economics from the University of the Philippines Los Baños.
    water governance, food and agriculture policy, climate change adaptation, science and technology Philippines
  • Chayanis Krittasudthacheewa is Deputy Director for SEI Asia in Bangkok. She has been working in the Mekong Region for almost 20 years and has extensive experience in leading multicountry projects across several research disciplines combined with policy engagement. Chayanis joined SEI in 2006.
    hydrology, water resource management, water resource modelling, climate change adaptation Thailand
  • Dr. Albert has over 15 years of experience in several Southeast Asian working on natural resources management, conservation, development and sustainable livelihoods issues.  He has more than ten years experience in managing multi-country research partnerships and has research experience in Cambodia, Laos, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.  He has a multidisciplinary background covering biology, tropical coastal and freshwater fisheries, environmental management and development, and human geography.
    climate change adaptation, livelihoods, biodiversity, evaluation Philippines