Chemical Engineer of the National University of Buenos Aires, specialist in Sustainable Development of the Bolivarian University of Chile and Master in Management of Sustainable Tourism of the University for International Cooperation (UCI). Founder and President of Fundación Plan21 for the Sustainable Human Development of Argentina. Director of the Institute of Sustainable Tourism for Latin America and the Caribbean since 2014. He is Professor and Principal Investigator of the National University of Lanús, with more than 20 years of teaching experience and from 2012 to 2017 he was director of the Master's Program in Sustainable Tourism Management at the UCI, one of the oldest in Spanish speech. As a consultant, he has been part of international cooperation projects of Multilateral Organizations, Public Sector and Private Foundations. He was co-founder in 2003 of the Sustainable Tourism Certification Network of the Americas and co-founder of the Global Sustainable Tourism Council, where he served as the first representative of Latin America in the Board of Directors in the period 2010-2012. As a writer he has written essays and several articles on the environmental, social and economic problems of the current development model, highlighting the authorship of the book "Tourism and Sustainability, a complex relationship" and the co-authorship of "Tourism and Poverty, an approach to the development models "and" Notes on Human Development ".