25 Mar New members join Cesco
To the more than 40 professionals that today participate at the Center for Copper and Mining Studies, eleven new members have been added, who will be part of the different initiatives promoted by the organization.
Cesco is pleased to announce that eleven new members have joined the organization in order to continue working to promote public policies for mining in those countries where this sector is a strategic industry for their development.
In this way, the center welcomes the director of the Santiago branch of the Universidad de Concepción, Marcela Angulo; the Sustainability Leader of Corporación Alta Ley, Heidy Jofré; the Executive Director of Ecodesarrollo, Diego Lizana; the Managing Partner of Karungen and director of Espacio Público, Annie Dufey; the former Vice President of Transformation, Innovation and Technology of AngloAmerican, Juan Carlos Román; the consultants of Dinámica Plataforma Alta Ley, Heidy Jofré; and the former Vice President of Transformation, Innovation and Technology of AngloAmerican, Juan Carlos Román; Dinámica Plataforma consultants Mauro Valdés and Francisco Klima; University of Chile academic Emilio Castillo; Mario Molina Center director Gianni López; Alvaro Florez, Legal Manager of Kura Minerals; Public Space director and Karungen consultant Annie Dufey; and Roberto Ecclefield, founder and General Manager of Industrial Minerals Latam.
Cesco is an independent, pluralistic and non-profit organization based in Chile that was founded in 1984 as an association of professionals that, in addition to promoting public policies for mining, promotes different activities to encourage dialogue between members of civil society and the mining sector. Its most relevant public events are the CESCO Week and Cesco Shanghai Week, through which it receives its funding.