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Irayda
Ruiz-Bode
Senior International Social Infrastructure Consultant
Independent Consultant to The World Bank
Architecture & Planning
Education, Honors & Awards
Virginia Commonwealth University, Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala
Masters of Science, Urban and Regional Planning-Virginia Commonwealth University; Architecture Design-Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala
2002
Yes
Publications include "Origin and destination: urban effects of the migration of Guatemalans to the U.S."; "The houses of widows in the Region Ixil" study in three cities of Nebaj, Chajul and Cotzal. DIGI-USAC; "Architecture and Urbanism in the Banana Plantations" UFCo and Victorian style. DIGI - USAC; "The moving border: temporary migration between Mexico and Guatemala", chapter of urbanism. UNAM, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Guatemala; First Woman of Hispanic origin to be elected as Board member of the American Planning Association from 2000-2012
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Guatemala
Guatemala
Guatemala
American Planning Association; American Institute of Certified Planners; Colegio de Arquitectos de Guatemala, Asociacion Guatemalteca de Planificadores Urbanos Territoriales
Yoga, Travel
Son, Rodrigo Huertas-Ruiz
Architect, Urban Planner, Infrastructure Specialist, School and Recreational Infrastructure Design and Construction.
11-15 Years
Irayda Ruiz-Bode, has been part of trans disciplinary and multicultural teams involved in all aspects of the public infrastructure for 15 years. Projects include The World Bank Education Infrastructure Plan for the Millennium, 2014. Irayda often speaks, teaches and does countless research papers, including speaking on public infrastructure planning at the American Planning National Conference.
Urban and Rural Communities All aspects of social infrastructure planning and development.
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