Who we are
Angel Conservation Corporation is registered as a a 501(c)(3) in New York City as a Not for Profit. All donations received are tax free.
Fundación Etnika is the sister organization of Angel Conservation with identical principles – based in Caracas, Venezuela – operating in full accordance under Venezuelan law as a non-governmental organization (NGO).
Paul Graham Stanley
When he lived in New York he worked within the printing and publishing industry and there he also served on the board of the Literacy Assistance Center and founded a campaign with the Book Guild of New York to raise funds for literacy – it was simply called “Promote Literacy”.
He has an ecotourism business in Venezuela (Angel-Eco Tours) and has been a pioneer in this sector since before the year 2000, he attended the world launch of Ecotourism Quebec, Canada in 2002 by the United Nations – furthermore he was the original founder of Expoecoturismo and EcoAlianza in Venezuela.
Marianela Camacho Fuenmayor
Marianela Camacho Fuenmayor – is a Director of Angel Conservation Corp. and Fundación Etnika and has been involved since 2011. A passionate architect with an academic career at Universidad del Zulia in Venezuela, dedicating her work to the Pemón culture − documenting, sustaining and regenerating its historical and environmental legacy for future generations.
Since 2018, she has been the Communications Manager of GEN the Global Ecotourism Network.
The rest of Angel Conservation's team
Board of Directors
Antonio Volpe Pasini (VP)
Karen Angel (Jimmie Angel Historical Project)
Danilo Arsenijevith (Secretary)
Isabel Barton Carlota (Filmmaker)
Jan Hanvik (Arts)
Anthony Ippolito (Professor / Ecotourism)
Jeremy Garrett (Ecotourism Specialist)
Liz Carosella (Grant Writer)
Gary Murtagh (ElderTreks)
Carl Stanley (Technology)
Chris Mackay (Ecotourism / NGO Specialist)
Hortensia Berti (Pemón Advisor)
Abrahan Sandoval (Pemón Advisor)