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educator , Government official

Adolfo Cazorla, Spanish government official, educator. Recipient award Savings Bank of Madrid, 1985, XXIII National Accesit of Agrarian Public award Ministry of Agricultural Affairs, 1995. Director Rural Comty., Madrid, 1991-1993, Sullana, Peru, 1992; co-writer Popular Party, Madrid, 1995. Second lieutenant Spanish Military Service, 1978. Member New York Academy of Sciences.

Background

Cazorla, Adolfo was born on January 28, 1952 in Madrid. Son of Adolfo Cazorla and Maria Montero.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Planning cum laude, Polytechnic University, Madrid, 1984. Master in Agricultural Engineering.

Career

Director of college Autonomous University, Madrid, 1975-1987. Postdoctoral fellow Polytechnic University, 1984-1987, associate professor, 1987-1995. Assistant director Department Planning, 1995-1996.

General manager Regional Government, since 1996. Director general of Agriculture and Food Department of Economic and Employ., 1996—1999, vice regional minister, 1999—2000. Director general The National Institute for Agriculture and food Research and Technology (INIA), Minister of Science and Technology, since 2000.

Consultant Ministry of Environment, Madrid, 1989-1991, Regional Government, Madrid, 1991-1993. Co-director seminar University of California at Los Angeles, 1992. Director Cooperation of Development for American-non-governmental organization, Piura, Peru, 1992-1994.

Membership

Director Rural Comty., Madrid, 1991-1993, Sullana, Peru, 1992. Co-writer Popular Party, Madrid, 1995. Second lieutenant Spanish Military Service, 1978.

Member New York Academy of Sciences.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Literature, tennis, soccer, environmental activities, meeting friends.

Connections

father:
Adolfo Cazorla

mother:
Maria Montero