Juan José Donoso
Program Director, Chile
Areas of Expertise
Environmental, public policies, environmental issues, sustainability, climate change, biodiversity
Juan José Donoso is the program director of The Nature Conservancy (TNC) Chile. He has an economics degree from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and holds a master’s in economics with a major in public policy from the same university. He has held executive and strategic management positions and has led teams in public and private sectors and academia.
Before joining TNC, Juan José was the public policies advisor at the Confederation of Production and Commerce (CPC), emphasizing environmental issues, sustainability and climate change. He was also the head of the Ministry of the Environment's Natural Resources and Biodiversity division. Additionally, he worked as a conservation and philanthropy researcher at the Center for Public Studies (CEP). He is the author of two books on birds: “Geografía de pájaros, Chile Central” (CEP, 2015) and “Vuelo de pájaros americanos” (Amanuta, 2018).