Lisandro Pérez-Hernández

El Salvador

Lisandro is Chair Professor of International Relations and Coordinator of Master in Social Project Management at University of El Salvador, his research focuses on development aid dynamics in global sustainability governance and SDGs localisation. He has over 15 years of experience as independent evaluator and development practitioner in Central America and Spain with exposures to work for several development agencies as USAID, U.S. Department of State (DOS), Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID), LuxDevelopment, UNICEF, IDB and EU. Similarly, he has collaborated with several international NGOs such as WorldVision (WV), Spanish Red Cross, Brücke Le pont (Switzerland), Cordaid (Netherlands) and Brot für die Welt (Germany). Moreover, since 2014, Lisandro is the country representative to El Salvador office of the National Center for State Courts (NCSC); an U.S. private, non-profit organization that seek to expand access to justice and improve quality of services through technical assistance, training, and technology.

He holds a PhD in International Development of University Jaume I and a MA in International Cooperation and Management of NGOs of University of Santiago de Compostela. Besides, Lisandro holds a MSc in Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility and BA in International Relations. Lisandro is passionate about using scientific evidence and creativity to design social development programs.

In addition, Dr. Perez is Certified Educator for Microsoft (MCE) and Google Certified Educator (GCE1), he has the Project Management for Development Professionals Certification (Project Dpro Foundation & Practitioner) and the Professional Certification in Public Management for Development (IDB).