Andrea Oyuela

Andrea Oyuela is the Program Manager for the Food System Economics Commission at EAT. In this role, she is responsible for planning and coordination of the Commission Secretariat and Commissioners, resource management, monitoring, and running daily operations.

Andrea joined EAT in 2020 as Urban Food Systems Officer. Having trained as an architect and urban planner, her international experience has seen her leading programs in urban planning, food systems, and public health across the Global South. Before joining EAT, she served with the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) at their headquarters in Kenya, as manager for the Planning for Health program. In 2019, she had the opportunity to work with Food Tank: The Think Tank for Food, undertaking research and communications assignments and covering global stories on food. She is the author of several published works, including UN publications and normative tools that address the nexus of urban planning, governance systems, and health.

Andrea holds a master’s degree in Urban Environmental Management from Wageningen University, The Netherlands and is a Fellow of the Salzburg Global Seminar. Before this, she earned a bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the Central American Technological University in Honduras. Andrea is a Honduran national.