Affiliated Faculty

Tom Gibson

Tom Gibson
Guest Lecturer

Tom Gibson has been promoting and providing risk capital finance for small and medium enterprises in developing markets for more than 25 years. He was founding president and later chairman of Small Enterprise Assistance Funds (SEAF), one of the largest global groups of private SME risk capital funds in developing markets, with more than $450 million under management and over 325 investments.

Nancy Ellen Horn

Nancy Horn
Guest Lecturer

I am an applied anthropologist with more than 30 years of experience working in approximately 56 countries as a senior evaluator, leading, designing and conducting evaluations; improving organizational systems; and focusing on gender in all aspects of project development and implementation.  I am an experienced program manager, skilled trainer using adult education and participatory methods, having effectively conducted dozens of workshops.   I have been awarded grants to develop programs or conduct research.  My publications include four books, numerous articles and monographs, research r

Edésio Fernandes

Guest Lecturer

Dr. Edésio Fernandes is one of the world’s leading experts on urban land use. He is a dual Brazilian/British national based in the UK, he works all over the world as a lecturer, researcher, writer and legal consultant. He is currently a member of DPU (Development Planning Unit) Associates (London, UK) and of the Teaching Faculty of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (Cambridge MA, US). Before moving to the UK in 1988, he worked as a lawyer, city planner and as a lecturer in Brazil (1980-86), including work as a legal advisor during the national Constitution-making process (1986-88).

Alexander Coles

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Dr. Alexander Coles is a Full Professor of Geography and Environmental Science at Florida State University, Panama Canal Campus. He is a Land Use and GIS Specialist. Before joining the FSU-Panama, he taught Geography-related seminars and courses at the Departments of Geography and Global Health at the University of South Florida (USF).

Robert Reimers

Guest Lecturer

Dr. Reimers is an environmental engineer and applied chemist specializing in natural resource management including residuals management and toxic/hazardous waste management. Areas of research are: biosolids treatment, disinfection, stabilization and reuse, industrial residual product development, innovative process development, usage of applied-fields to enhance existing processes and development chemical blends and other constituents for control of odors and sanitization. In these areas, he has published extensively along with the development of various patents.

Manuel Carballo

Manuel Carballo
Adjunct Assistant Professor

Dr. Manuel Carballo MPH, DSP, is an epidemiologist and Executive Director of the International Centre for Migration, Health and Development (ICMHD) in Geneva.  He trained at Leeds University in the UK and at Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine the USA; he later did post doctoral work and received post doctoral diploma Epidemic Investigation at CDC (USA) and in Social Psychiatry at Tulane and National Institute of Mental Health.

Mario Mancilla

Mario Mancilla
Guest Lecturer

Mario Mancilla was designated as Technical Assistant (Deputy General Coordinator) at the The Secretariat for Environmental Matters (SEM) by the Environmental Affairs Council in Guatemala on March 2008, with the possibility of reappointment. Since his arrival, Mario has been a cornerstone for the analysis of all the submissions that have been filed to date, as well as in the preparation of several Factual Records.

Lee P. Gary, Jr.

Lee P. Gary, Jr.
Adjunct Assistant Professor

Lee P. Gary, Jr.

Carter Garber

Carter Garber photo
Adjunct Professor, Executive Director of IDEAS

Each Spring Semester, Dr. Garber teaches 5 mini-courses at Payson:

Earl Picard

Guest Instructor

Earl Picard holds Master's and Ph.D. degrees in political science from Atlanta University (now Clark Atlanta University), where he specialized in comparative politics and the politics of developing countries. Since 1985 Picard has pursued a career as an international development practitioner. He served stints with the Institute of International Education (IIE) in Zimbabwe (1985-88) and South Africa (1997-99).

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