Oscar Aguilar has 16 years of experience in the execution of small, medium and large-scale development projects in the areas of identification, formulation, evaluation, execution and supervision. His approach and methodology seeks to increase project sustainability by involving affected communities in the management process. Since 2011, Oscar has served as Stakeholder Coordinator on lineal components, including a 120 km transmission line and the access road, for Minera Panamá S.A.’s Project Cobre Panama. In 2010 he served as the Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator and second-in-charge of the Technical Team responsible for the management of the Transmission Line Easement Acquisition Project (TLEAP) for the Pueblo Viejo mine project in the Dominican Republic. This team managed key elements of the Pueblo Viejo project, including the planning and execution out of the participatory engagement and negotiation process of right-of-way and access roads in line with IFC performance standards, and calculation, administration and delivery of compensation to project-affected persons. Prior to joining rePlan, Oscar coordinated the participatory processes carried out to identify and manage community driven social infrastructure and productivity projects in the indigenous and ethnic communities of the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua for the National Social Investment Fund, the United Nations Development Fund and other international funding institutions, as well as for regional autonomous councils, municipalities, cooperative organizations and various regional government bodies.