Antonio Diego Fernàndez Rozada

Program Coordinator, Todos Santos

Job Responsibilities

Coordinate programs at CSU’s international educational center in Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, Mexico, with a particular focus on environmental health. Antonio also oversees the zero waste endeavors at CSU Todos Santos and the positive impacts for the community.


México City, Mexico


B.S. Communication Science, Universidad Iberoamericana, Ciudad de México
Postgraduate studies in Sustainable Development, Universidad Iberoamericana

International Experience

One year studying abroad at Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, España
Coordinated international fishermen workshops for sea turtle conservation in Kobe, Japan (2010 and 2014)
Antonio traveled to Cuba (2011-2013-2014 and 2015) to join a local team working on community outreach at fishing villages that where experiencing a livelihood transition from fishing sea turtles.

Antonio has camped in Morocco, written about jaguars in Belize, walked in pilgrimage through the Atlantic coast of Spain and presented in International Conservation Symposia in the United States.

Favorite aspect of CSU Todos Santos Center

The fresh ocean mist at morning breakfast when the students and faculty are debating their insights on environmental health.