César is a content developer who brings to the team his experiences as a field ecologist, museum curator, and university instructor. His research has explored insects in the fossil record, the impact of urban fragmentation on insect communities, the behavior of boxing flies in desert ecosystems, and the responses of grasshoppers to warming in the Rocky Mountains. His teaching experiences include coordinating field courses for the Organization for Tropical Studies in Costa Rica, teaching biology and ecology courses at the University of Colorado Boulder, and working with and supporting K-12 teachers and open space volunteers.
César earned his PhD from the University of Arizona, in the field of insect sciences. He served on the Board of the Organization for Tropical Studies and was a Program Director in the Biology Directorate at the National Science Foundation.