CBA welcomes two new Scientific Advisory Board members

This news item relates to the EFI-led initiative which ran from 2020 to September 2023

The Circular Bioeconomy Alliance is pleased to announce that two new members have joined its Scientific Advisory Board.

Dr Marina Guyot is an experienced professional with a history of working in the non-profit organization sector on forest, land and agriculture. She is skilled in commodity risk management in agricultural and cattle supply chains, especially on deforestation-free and respecting human rights agendas via multistakeholder dialogue. Marina graduated from Sao Paulo University with an MSc in Agroecology and Rural Development, and PhD in Applied Ecology.

Professor Salome Bukachi holds a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Nairobi’s Institute of Anthropology, Gender and African Studies, specializing in Medical Anthropology. She is one of the Members of Africa One Health Network Steering Committee, a Board member of the International Association of Ecology and Health, Member of the One Health High Level Expert Panel, former Member of the Global Advisory Panel (GAP) for the REACH  Oxford Programme – Improving Water Security for the Poor, Ad-hoc Committee member for the TDR and WaSH/WHO to support activities to control water-related infectious diseases with a special focus on vector-borne diseases. She has won several research grants and fellowships from organisations/Institutions such as the Government of Kenya, EU, IDRC, BMGF, WHO/TDR, Universities of Oxford & Cambridge, Netherlands Fellowship Program.

The Scientific Advisory Board provides scientific advice on CBA principles, strategic plans and activities. The SAB is chaired by Professor Bart Muys, and currently has seven members.

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