04:00 - Diana Petrochelli - Argentina

Interview for Grow Local Live!  (Audio)

Part 1      &       Part 2



DIANA PETROCHELLI, Interculturalist, Permaculturist and Corporate Responsibility Consultant


Diana Petrochelli’s abilities are based on extensive post graduate studies of human behavior and communication, as well as first-hand, in-depth experience of different cultures gained during her travels, living and working throughout the USA, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and Africa. 


This enables her to foster understanding between peoples from diverse cultures, backgrounds, and economic interests. Her earlier company, WORLD BRIDGE GROUP—PUENTE AL MUNDO, specialized in intercultural relations worldwide for a number of years. 


Diana graduated in Córdoba, Argentina, earning a BA degree in Education. She is licensed to deliver Berlitz Cultural Consulting programs. She earned certification as a “Permaculture Designer” from the Permaculture Institute – USA


and completed her post graduated training in Advance Permaculture with David Holmgren at the Argentinean Institute of Permaculture. She also was a consulting expert for the book Attracting Perfect Customers - The Power of Synchronicity authored by Stacey Hall and Jan Brogniez.  


Diana is a public speaker and her latest engagements were as guest on Living Smart’s Houston PBS Channel 8 she discussed individual and corporate responsibility in creating a sustainable planet through Permaculture and other environmentally friendly systems. 


For the last two years, she has run a monthly educational public meeting for “Citizens who would like to Remember their Love for Nature”. The meeting is televised by the local station. 



Part 2



Here she talks with Stella Strega of NodoEspiral about her more personal story of how
and why she came to permaculture, how it changed the way she did her inter-cultural
communications consultancy work & what she has noticed, from her perspective of skilled
observer and interpreter of culture, of the contributions of women in the permaculture community.


Y ¡también tenemos la entrevista en español!  

Parte 1      y     Parte 2







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