Dr. Ramón Ariel Quesada Garcia
WACRA Advisory Board

Mathematic, Principles of Accounting, and ESL Instructor
Miami Dade College and New Professions Technical Institute

Dr. Quesada graduated as a Geophysics Engineer in 1974 from Havana University, Cuba. From 1975 to 2002 he worked as a teacher and researcher in radiometric techniques applied to geology in Cuba, collaborating with the Charles University Geophysics Department in Prague, the Czech Republic. In 1998, he received his Ph. D. in Technical Science from Havana Higher Polytechnic Institute, Cuba, and also a degree in Environmental Protection from Alicante University, Spain.

In the last fifteen years he has been using games, simulations and cases to teach Radiometry, Statistics and Environmental Protection. He has been a member of WACRA Advisory Board since 1999, and in 2003 he founded, with a colleague from HEC Montreal, Canada, PIDEC, a Case Study Development Program in Spanish directed to Spanish and Latin American Universities. Through courses and conferences, PIDEC members had meet in universities from: Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Cuba, France and Canada.
In 2005, Dr. Quesada became a US Resident. At the present time, in addition to his WACRA and PIDEC responsibilities, he works as
Instructor teaching Mathematic, Principles of Accounting and ESL Programs in Miami Dade College and New Professions Technical Institute in Miami, U.S.A.

Dr. Quesada has been member of WACRA Advisory Board since 1999.