Lucky Halach Medina Estrada
Minister of Energy, Natural Resources, and Environment, Government of Honduras
Lucky Halach Medina Estrada was born on July 28, 1989 in the city of Tegucigalpa, department of Francisco Morazán. In 2010, He graduated as a forestry engineer with a focus on watershed management at the National School of Forestry Sciences (Esnacifor). By 2019, he achieved a master's degree in business administration at the European School of Management and Business (EUDE Business School). Likewise, he has a certification from the United States Forest Service, also in management and environmental impact assessment at the Technological University of Central America (UNITEC).
He has worked as a production assistant since 2008 on the family farm in Comayagua, from August 2019 to 2021 he was the national coordinator of more than 4,500 volunteers for reforestation activities, solid waste management and digital cleaning of Let's Do It World organization.
In addition, from 2018 to 2021, he served as an undergraduate thesis research advisor in environmental statistics and fire management at Esnacifor. He was also a consultant to the Foundation for the Integral Development of the department of Olancho (Prolancho).
In the political arena, he joined the ranks of the Libertad y Refoundación (Libre) Party, and served as secretary for farmers affairs, and was a member of the Advisory Council of the National Electoral Council (CNE), as a representative.