Advisory Board

The advisory board supports, guides and provides strategic direction to the CSF Program. It is composed of leaders from the academic, government, non-profit and private sectors, from a diverse fields of expertise, including landscape architecture, planning, engineering, ecology, and conservation, and from different countries spanning the Pacific Americas Flyway.

  • Michael Grove

    Chair of Landscape Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Ecology
    Sasaki Associates

  • Jerome Unterreiner

    ZGF Architects LLP

  • Catherine Hickey

    Conservation Director
    Point Blue Conservation Science

  • Megan Barnes

    Program Manager | Case Study Investigation Program
    Landscape Architecture Foundation

  • Russell Faucett

    Former president of Barrington Wilshire LLC and General Partner of Barrington Partners L.P. | Faucett Catalyst Fund
    Now retired

  • Cristián Pérez-Navarro

    Executive Director | Senior Architectural & Urban Designer
    Global Nomad SpA

  • Juan Carlos Vargas

    Managing Principal | Urban Designer and Architect
    GeoAdaptive LLC

  • Josh Donlan

    Founder and Director
    Advanced Conservation Strategies

  • Diana Eusse

    Research Associate | Shorebird Migratory Project Coordinator in South America
    Asociación Calidris

  • Humberto Berlanga

    Coordinator of the NABCI program and other wildlife-related initiatives

  • Jim Chu

    Natural resources specialist | Migratory species program
    United States Forest Service

  • Damien Newman

    CEO | Design Strategist and Researcher

  • Anthony Fettes

    Senior Associate
    Sasaki Associates

  • Andrea Jones

    Director of Bird Conservation
    Audubon California

  • Alberto Texido Zlatar

    Architect | Professor at the Architecture and Urbanism Faculty
    Universidad de Chile

Coastal Solutions Fellowship Program

The Coastal Solutions Fellows Program builds and supports an international community to design and implement solutions that address coastal challenges across the Pacific Americas Flyway. Our main goal is to conserve coastal habitats and shorebird populations by building the knowledge, resources, and skills of Latin American professionals, and by fostering collaborations among multiple disciplines and sectors.