Center for Geothermal Research for Development
Jackeline Reyes Infantes is a Social Communicator with a Master’s degree in Social Management, specializing in Territorial Economic Development. She has participated in various geothermal exploration projects in southern Peru, both from the State and from private companies, by leading social management strategies. She is responsible for obtaining social licenses, building trust with the surrounding communities and other key players in the territory, as well as generating social responsibility projects in early stages, and the promotion of this new renewable energy for the country. She currently participates in projects related to environmental sustainability and is a partner of the Center for Geothermal Research for Development – INGEO, a non-profit organization that seeks to generate positive social transformations from geothermal energy, with a transdisciplinary approach.