Víctor Rafael Mesa Matos, M. Sc., SRA- Ex Presidente 2020 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Title of Agronomist in 1975, Loyola Polytechnic Institute, Agricultural Engineer, mention in Agricultural Economics, National University Pedro Henríquez Ureña in 1981, and Master’s in Science in Agricultural Economics at the University Campus of Mayagüez, University of Puerto Rico in May 1988. Estimation of Production costs and bricks for micro planning in grain and vegetable productions in the rural arid zone of YSURA settlement, Azua valley, Dominican Republic. I have carried out studies to estimate econometric models (fertilizer demand function, and production function) in agricultural enterprises companies in settlements of agricultural projects in the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico.
Postgraduate degree in Integrated Regional Rural Planning and Development, sponsored by the Israeli government, participating as part of the multidisciplinary team in the diagnosis and preparation of the Integrated Regional Development Plan in the Chuquisaca Region, Sucre, Republic of Bolivia. Administrator of private farms, and Agronomist by profession, serving for about 15 years in the agricultural extension service, which includes about 4 years at the Center for Research Applied to arid zones, Ministry of Agriculture in the Dominican Republic. Professor of different subjects in the areas of agriculture and economics at both national and foreign universities, especially on issues related to appraisals of the inherent rights to own a property. Among them, the course of Laws and Regulations that govern the profession of Professional Real Estate Evaluator in Puerto Rico; for around 15 years at the “Colegio de Mayagüez”.
«Designated Member of the Appraisal Institute», works as an appraiser since 2004, Professional Real Estate Appraiser in the Dominican Republic (ITADO), and in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Residential and / or General Certification is held. In addition, General Certification in the State of Georgia, USA. I have learned that, although the mastery of the procedures and the theory of valuation is important, no less important is the knowledge of the current law that shelters us, and the vocation of service to the community …