In 2010, Edna Ariana Peralta Rochin was chosen to coordinate Eco-Alianza's environmental education program. Since then, Edna has been working with children, young people, and teachers promoting the value of Loreto's natural treasures. Her philosophy: a healthy, well-educated and financially stable community in Loreto is a key factor in achieving sustainability in the long run in the region. That is why it is important to inspire the children in the classroom and in the field to become future conservation leaders and stewards of their environment. She holds a degree in Alternative Tourism and a Master's in Educational Technology.