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(L to R): Emily Arnold, Alvaro Umana, Rodolfo Dirzo, Bill Durham, Erick Vargas

INOGO created a collaborative team of professors, staff, and consultants, integrating efforts both at Stanford University and in Costa Rica.  The Initiative members have an extensive range of knowledge – from education to marine ecosystems – permitting a holistic analysis of the issues in the region.   

Faculty

Martin Carnoy Vida Jacks Professor of Education and Economics
Larry Crowder Senior Fellow - Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; Edward Ricketts Provostial Professor, Biology, Hopkins Marine Station; Science Director, Center for Ocean Solutions
Rodolfo Dirzo Senior Fellow - Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; Bing Professor in Environmental Science
William Durham Senior Fellow - Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; Bing Professor in Human Biology
Lynne Gaffikin Dr. Public Health; Consulting Associate Professor, Stanford University School of Medicine, President, Evaluation and Research Technologies for Health (EARTH) Inc.

Staff

Emily Arnold Mest Associate Director
Erick Vargas National Coordinator
Travis Bays Regional Coordinator
Katherine Dennis PhD, Postdoctoral Scholar in the Anthropology Dept.
Diego Garcia Godinez Local Coordinator

Former Colleagues

Claire Menke Researcher
Austin Cruz Social Science Researcher
Samantha Selby Stanford Graduate School of Education (M.A. Candidate '16); SELAL Researcher
Dr. Juan Carlos Vargas-Moreno Principal Partner, GeoAdaptive
Maria Jose Rodriguez Local Coordinator

Affiliated Researchers

Carter Hunt Assistant Professor
Angelica Almeyda Zambrano Postdoctoral Scholar
Eben Broadbent Postdoctoral Scholar