Our team

At the City of Knowledge, we believe our staff is the key to success of the services we offer, and we embrace it as one of our main strategies.

  • Myriam Calvo Architecture and Urban Director

    I lead the urban planning of the City of Knowledge, balancing the organized development of new buildings and spaces at the campus while preserving the main historic compounds. I previously worked at the Interoceanic Region Authority and I have professional experience in managing in-house companies.

  • Alessa Stabile Sustainability Manager

    I support the compliance of the Foundation's mission by implementing good sustainable development practices at the campus and integrating sustainability into the organization's culture. I love surfing, hiking, and freediving. What I love most about working here is the potential the CdS project has to positively impact Panama and the region

  • Teresa Ospino Project Manager

    I coordinate construction projects to improve real estate at CdS. I have a Master's Degree in Construction Project Management. I also studied music and I used to belong to Youth Orchestras. When I was interviewed to work at the Foundation, they guaranteed that I would not get bored because I would always have new projects, and that has been the case.

  • Luis Jimenez Head of Projects

    I am in charge of the design, planning, execution, and follow-up of projects. I discover and enjoy the best of every person and I greatly value friendships. I like sports, listening to good music, drawing, and teaching. I am motivated by knowing that I am in place where its innovation, history, and people guide them to generate significant changes in the country.

  • Mabely Cedeño Environmental Safety and Waste Management Specialist

    I manage the Recyclable Solid Waste Comprehensive Management System. I see myself as an open, critical, flexible, practical, honest, independent, and reasonable person. One of my main achievements at the Foundation was being part of the team that implemented a good waste management culture among our FCdS peers.

  • Sally Hernández Infrastructure Information System Specialist

    I provide information about infrastructures, projects, and blueprints of the campus. I am creative, organized, and I like to give good customer service. I have two dogs, Ginger and Crunchie. FCdS City is a beautiful place to work, it is an environment that is different from other places and it is easy to relate to its nature and people.

  • Ana Ottenwalder Architect

  • Anagabriel Quiroga Architect

    I am the illustrator of people's dreams, and I turn paper into concrete, glass, and colors. I am an architect who is creative, curious, passionate, and honest. I started at the Foundation doing an internship for college but when my internship ended they offered me the opportunity to officially join the Architecture and Urban Planning team.

  • Kenia Rodriguez Architect

  • Lúa Delgado Sustainability Coordinator

    I am a person with a lot of empathy and critical spirit. I value friendships and I like to meet people. One of the accomplishments I am proud of at a personal level is leaving Spain to go to Peru and then to Panama. I am happy to work at a place that has such an impact in the country and the region. I love dogs for their unconditional capacity to show love.

  • Marjoury Casís Head of Customer and Building Projects

    I am determined, detail-oriented, and innovative. One of my favorite hobbies is to paint murals for children and adults. I have a dog who has been with me for almost 11 years, she is my greatest love! I love to learn and know more about innovation. I had only been here for a short time when I was invited to play soccer for one of the Foundation's teams. It was fun!

  • Yetsibel Reyes Administrative Assistant

    I am in charge of conducting the administrative process of the projects in the Architecture and Urban Planning area. Working at the Foundation has helped me learn thousands of things. I am excited and proud of knowing that the FCdS is a place known as a space where different organizations converge, and I hope that one day this model is emulated in other parts of our country.

  • Diana Orillac Intern

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