Crimes that Affect the Environment Program, Border Management Branch, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) • Deputy Director

Ms. Quijano-Evans is the Deputy Head of the Crimes that Affect the Environment Programme in the Border Management Branch of UNODC. She has more than 19 years’ experience with UNODC both at HQ and in the field, manging and implementing technical assistance programmes for criminal justice agencies in various areas of transnational organized crime. For the past five years she has been managing a programme to address illegal deforestation and timber trafficking through enhancing cross-border cooperation and improving capabilities to detect, inspect and investigate forestry and timber crimes. Prior to joining the UNODC, Ms. Quijano-Evans worked for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris. Nicole Quijano-Evans holds a PhD in Criminology, a Master’s degree in political science and a Master degree in Criminology.


The Global Space Conference on Climate Change 2023

23 May-25 May 2023

Oslo, Norway