Andrea Oyuela
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Andrea Oyuela is a Food Tank Intern, and chef in the making, with more than 5 years of experience in environmental research, urban agriculture, and healthy urban planning. Previously, Andrea worked at UN-Habitat in Kenya as manager of the program on Planning for Urban Health. She holds a Master’s degree in Urban Environmental Management from Wageningen University and is the author of a number of published works. Her favorite ingredient is garlic.

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