Edison Araguillin and Alicia Srinivas@WCS Ecuador
Edison Araguillin is a biologist with the Wildlife Conservation Society's Ecuador Program. He has been with WCS Ecuador since 2009, studying medium to large mammals (particularly the jaguar) in the landscapes through the use of camera trap photos. He has a MS degree in Natural Protected Areas from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Alicia Srinivas is formerly the Program Coordinator for the WCS Ecuador Program, working alongside the Country Director in all programmatic aspects including communications, monitoring, and evaluation of project activities, and developing grant proposals and reports. Alicia joined WCS in 2011, previously working for WCS’s Program Development (PD) unit in the Bronx. Alicia has a Masters degree in Conservation Biology from Columbia University.