Casandra Llosa Montagne
Stakeholder Engagement Analyst – United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Casandra Llosa works as a stakeholder engagement analyst for the UNDP Global Programme on Nature for Development, supporting implementation of spatial support projects, such as ELSA and NASA Life on Land Project, mainly in Spanish speaking countries. Also, she strategically positions UNDP projects within national governments, UNDP Country Offices, and other key stakeholders, and advises on related interactions, policy analyses and dynamics within selected countries. She leads the successful execution of stakeholder consultations in Spanish and English, facilitating consultations and webinars that build stakeholders’ capacity in using spatial data to improve outcomes for biodiversity and sustainable development.
Previous experience and expertise
Casandra is a sociologist with sound experience in sustainable development, public policies on addressing poverty, resilience building, and rural development in Peru. Prior to joining UNDP, Casandra worked both as a government official (Peruvian Ombudsman Office, Prime Minister’s Office) and in Corporate Social Responsibility for several companies in the private sector.
She received her bachelor’s degree from the Universidad Católica del Perú, and holds a Masters in Management of Development from the International Training Centre of ILO and the University of Turin (Turin, Italy).