Gina Choquehuanca is an Environment Officer on rotation with E3’s Office of Land and Urban serving as a Geospatial Urban Specialist.
Ms. Choquehuanca holds a master’s degree in Community Planning with specialization in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and environmental planning from the University of Maryland – College Park, and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Intercultural Studies from Saint Mary’s College of Indiana.
Ms. Choquehuanca has worked primarily in Latin America (Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, and Bolivia), with time in Uganda also.
Prior to joining E3/LU, Ms. Choquehuanca served as a Donald M. Payne Fellow in the Global Development Lab’s GeoCenter supporting the Remote Sensing and Mapping for Resilience programs; at the Uganda Mission working on the Geo-Focusing component of their 2017-2021 CDCS; and in the Office of Rep. Ruben Gallego (AZ-07) supporting engagement on the Colombian Peace Process and Central American Citizen Security. She served as an AmeriCorps VISTA with 4-H in Tucson, Arizona and as a Youth in Development Peace Corps Volunteer in Nebaj, Guatemala.