ALAN PERRY - JANUARY 2008


CONTACT:


Tel.: (208) 866-9617
Email: infomadidi@gmail.com, info@madidi.com
Address: 401 S 1st Ave, P.O. Box 4581, Hailey, Idaho, 83333


STRENGTHS:

Bilingual English/Spanish; Extensive travel and work in Latin American countries; Bachelors degree Biological Sciences; Business, marketing, communication and public relations experience; Technologically savvy - web and graphic design, HTML, CSS, digital images, PhotoShop; Alliances with graphic designers, webmasters and business, science and education professionals; Fast-learner and detail-oriented; Abillity to teach and educate; Driven and work well independently or as part of a team; Can lead or follow; Culturally sensitive and with good interpersonal skills; Caring and humble.


REFERENCES:

John Plummer; Photographer, Videographer and Documentary Film-maker, Sun Valley, Idaho, United States, johnplummer2@cox.net

Nick Gomersall; Professor of Economics and Study Abroad Leader, Luther College, Iowa, United States, gomersni@luther.edu

Daniel Manzaneda; Attorney, Owner of Cafe Pirana, Co-coordinator of MADIDI.COM, Rurrenabaque, Bolivia, daniel_manzaneda@yahoo.com


EDUCATION:

University of Utah, Bachelors in Biological Sciences; 1987 - 1991. Botany, Ecology, Chemistry.

Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service; 1985 - 1987.


WORK EXPERIENCE:

Webmaster MADIDI.COM: Indigenous Ecotourism in Bolivia´s Amazon and Andes, United States and and Bolivia, March 1998 - present.

Tropical Biologist and Co-coordinator of TREX (Tropical Research and Exploration), a non-profit biological exploration consulting team, Madidi National Park and Pilon Lajas Indigenous Reserve, Rurrenabaque, Bolivia, March 1993 - March 1998.

Apprenticeship in Tropical Biology and Spanish; Bolivian Amazon and Andes, Bolivia, June 1991 - June 1993, full-time.

Carpenter and Translator; Idaho, United States, part-time 2001 - present.

River Rafting Guide, Salmon River, Idaho, United States, summers 1999 - 2000.

Sea Kayaking Guide, Sea of Cortez, Baja California Mexico, winters 2000 - 2001.