Carlos Armando Salinas Montes

Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO)

Industrial Engineer with a master’s degree in economics and administration (MBA) from Boston University. He has a specialization in Environmental Quality Management.
During his professional career, he has worked in the private, public and international sectors, all related to environmental and, in particular, forestry issues.
He has extensive experience in multilateral agreements; negotiations in international forums; management and development of public policies; formulation, implementation and development of programs and projects at national and regional level. He has also led multidisciplinary teams in public and private institutions; and is proficient in technical-administrative procedures; and financial and budgetary management.
Lately, his actions have been associated with the Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO) as Regional Coordinator of the Biodiversity Program (IDB 2006-2010); as well as with the Project of Monitoring of Deforestation (ITTO-BMZ / DGIS-FA / BNDES 2011-2018).