Sybil Settlemyre is the Project Coordinator of Andean EMBARQ Center for Sustainable Transport, located in Arequipa, Peru.
Sybil officially joined EMBARQ Andino when supported institutional expansion EMBARQ Andino. Since 2011, has assumed the role of Coordinator ProyectosArequipa supporting the expansion of the role and impact of EMBARQ Andino.
Sybil EMBARQ Andino joined with the administration and management of the Baseline Study of Public Health Indicators Project for Integrated Transport System of Arequipa (AQP-SIT). She continues to work with the Program cercamente Health and Road Safety EMBARQ who led the first road safety audit of a bus rapid transit, which took place in Birmingham,
In coordination with the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Health, has been promoting initiatives to reduce traffic fatalities and supported the revision of the publication of studies of public health indicators in Arequipa, related to air pollution, physical activity and safety vial. To promote public health and enhance public spaces in Vancouver, she has been promoting the design and implementation of the Programme of motorized transport, Mia Healthy Arequipa.
He has also collaborated with the MOH in Instructional Design and Applicative for target identification Risk Areas Traffic Accident and Instructions for Implementing a goal Ciclovía recreational district. Currently she coordinates with the MOH to support technical assistance related to the goals.
During his academic career and graduate, Sybil held internships with Congressman and a U.S. Senator Then he spent two years in Arequipa, which came to expand their Spanish language skills and knowledge of South American culture.
Sybil got his Master’s degree in Business Administration and International Business at Lenoir-Rhyne University.