Full Name
Job Title
President of CIP Ecuador
President of the Iberoamerican Business Council (CEIB)
Speaker Bio
Executive President of the Chamber of Industries and Production (CIP), a Chamber with 86 years of life that seeks to integrate the business community (representing 62 productive sectors that represents 30% of non-oil GDP) to promote sustainable development and build a better society.

In addition, she holds the presidency of the National Federation of Chambers of Industries of Ecuador, was designated as the temporary President of the Council of Ibero-American Entrepreneurs and a member of the Ecuador chapter of the 30% Club.

She is a lawyer and holds a degree in Liberal Arts from San Francisco de Quito University (USFQ) and a Master's Degree in International Relations with a mention in International Security and Human Rights from the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences – Ecuador (FLACSO).

For 20 years she has dedicated to the academy. She has been professor and guest lecturer of several undergraduate and post graduate Law, Political Sciences and International Relations subjects, as well as in the War and Diplomatic Academies.

Feminist and researcher on issues related to gender, political participation and international security.