Branca Novoneyra

FUN Arts Director and Member of FUN Board. Technician on Cultural Management. PHD on Art Education (Granada University) and Degree in Political Sciences (USC). Master on Digital Publishing (UOC) and Education (USC). Between 2015 and 2019 she was the Deputy Mayor of the City Council of Santiago de Compostela and Cultural Policies Councillor and since 2019 opposition councillor.

Nieves Neira

Graduate in Journalism (University of Salamanca), postgraduate in Contemporary Portuguese Culture (Universidade Aberta de Lisboa-UAb), with studies in Aesthetics and Philosophy (UAb). Master in Theoretical and Comparative Studies of Literature and Culture (USC), she is currently writing a PhD thesis at this university on Uxío Novoneyra. She has been working for the newspaper El Progreso since 2013. She is a member of the FUN Board.

Cibrao Cabo

Junior Technician on Cultural Management. Degree in History (USC), Master in Education (USC), Postgraduate in Digitization of Cultural Heritage (UNED) and Certificated on Heritage Management (Formación al Cuadrado), Heritage, Museums and Archaeology (UNED). IN 2017 he took part in cataloguing and conservation tasks in Ribadavia Ethnological Museum and between 2019 and 2020 as part of the FUN staff (FUN’s Archive management, Project Management, Museum guided visits, etc.)

Ana Lombardero

Technician on Sustainable Tourism. Degree in Biology (USC), MSC on Biodiversity and Conservation Biology (Pablo de Olavide University) and MSC on Education (USC). She has a wide experience in environmental management and communication. Between 2013 and 2015 she worked for the Marcelle Zoological Park and between 2016 and 2019  she has been a teacher (regulated and non-regulated education) in several institutions. She has also volunteered and collaborated with several environmental organizations such as the Max Planck Institute of Ornithology and the Doñana Biological Station (CSIC).

Miguel Anxo López

Technician assistant on cultural heritage dynamization (2015-). Filmmaker and Writer. Studies on Cinema Direction and Laws.

Bruno Arias

Junior Technician on Communication. Degree in Audiovisual Communication (USC) and currently coursing Master’s Degree in Education (USC). For the past five years, he has done graphic design and audiovisual content work for individuals and companies. He has worked as an assistant director, cinematographer, screenwriter and editor in various short films. He participated in and coordinated the communication teams of different political and cultural organizations.

Lía Pérez

Technician on Tourism and Internationalization. Degree in Journalism & Media (University of Santiago de Compostela – USC), Master in Education (USC) and Postgraduate in Tourism Destination Marketing (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya – UOC). More than 10 years of experience in strategies and policies of local tourism destinies. Between 2016 and 2018 she was the Comms Officer of the European Association of Historic Thermal Towns (EHTTA) and its certified European Cultural Route. She is a certified SICTED Agent (Spanish Standard for Quality in Tourism).

Iván L. Gimeno

Chief Digital Development officer. Degree in History (USC). Master in Media Journalism (UDC / La Voz de Galicia) & Digital Filmmaking (New York Film Academy). Startup development consultant & investor.

María González Borrajo

Diploma in Social Work from the University of Vigo. Public administration and inclusion. More than 10 years of experience in management of various social care programs with different groups, developing and implementing projects of sociocultural social intervention.

Marta Rivas

BA in History and MA in Contemporary History and Education from University of Santiago de Compostela. She has several years of experience in didactic innovation in social sciences linked to cultural heritage. She worked in Galician and Catalan museums and monuments. As a lover of rural world, she volunteered in associations for regional development in an international WWOF network.