SRA-E-Iberian Board

The current board of the SRA-E Iberian chapter comprises:

President: Guadalupe Ortiz, Unviersity of Alicante, Spain

Guadalupe Ortiz has a PhD in Sociology and an MSc in Environmental Management. She is a professor in Environmental Sociology at the University of Alicante (Spain). She is Deputy Director of the Institute of Water and Environmental Sciences and Director of the Population, Environment and Development research group at UA. She specializes in the analysis of social vulnerability to natural hazards, with a special focus on social impact assessment, capacity building and integrative risk management.

President Elect: Isabel Abreu dos Santos, Lusófona University, Portugal

Isabel Abreu dos Santos has a PhD in Environment and Sustainability from Nova University/ School of Science and Technology, a MSc in Environmental Engineering, and an MSc in Civil Engineering by the University of Oklahoma. She is a Professor at Lusofona University and is currently developing a post PhD. She also is a Researcher at Mare (Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre)/ Arnet, at Nova University/ School of Science and Technology, in the thematic research line of Environmental Risk and Governance and Literacy. Her research focus on risk communication/ governance and civil protection.

Official: Samuel Domingos, Lusófona University, Portugal

Samuel Domingos has a PhD in Social Psychology from ISPA - Instituto Universitário, and a MSc in Work and Organizational Psychology from the University of Évora. He is currently a Researcher at HEI-Lab: Digital-Human Environment Lab, University Lusófona. His research focus on public perceptions of natural and man-made hazards and novel bio-technologies.

Rapporteur: Fernando Talayero-Sebastián, Castilla-La Mancha University, Spain

Fernando Talayero has a PhD in Social Psychology from Complutense University of Madrid (Spain) and a MSc in Integral Security in Companies from Polytechnic University of Madrid and Mapfre (Spain). He is a Professor in Social Psychology at the University of Castilla-La Mancha. His research focus on environmental risk perception and risk communication.

Student Representative: Bernardo Cruz, Lusófona University, Portugal

Bernardo Cruz is in the final year of his master’s degree in Social and Organizational Psychology in University Lusófona. Simultaneously, he is working as an assistant researcher on a systematic literature review on professional determinants of internal migration in Portugal, as well as on a study on wellbeing in work and organizational context.