Jose Luis Chicoma
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José Luis Chicoma served as Minister of Production in Peru. Currently, he advises international organizations on global food systems, including UNDP's Food and Agricultural Commodity Systems team. Previously, he was the executive director of Ethos, a Mexico City-based think tank that works on governance and sustainable development. He frequently writes and speaks internationally on the intersection of politics, sustainability and food. He holds a Master’s in public policy from Harvard University. He is a 2017 Yale World Fellow and 2018 Stanford Draper Hills Fellow.

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