Industrial designer. She has years of experience in communications, citizen mobilization, development of entrepreneurial skills, management, design and project development. She has been in charge of civil society organizations that have been pioneers in the implementation and use of ICTs, digital literacy, volunteering and social mobilization. She is also the co-founder of Mi Voz, a communications company that has an agency and 14 citizen media, being the first Spanish-speaking citizen journalism network, with hundreds of citizen correspondents.
Associate Professor in the area of Comparative Politics at the Catholic University of Chile. She is coordinator of the Network of Women Political Scientists. She holds a doctorate (Ph.D.) in Political Science from Northwestern University, United States. Her areas of expertise are political and government institutions, federalism and subnational politics, political parties, women's representation, and electoral systems. She participated in the design of the parity gender electoral system that was implemented for the elections to the Constitutional Convention in Chile in 2021.
Feminist, anti-racist, on the way to decolonization. Biology graduate, interested in the intersection between the human rights agenda and biodiversity conservation. She has more than a decade of experience in the design, management and evaluation of collective impact initiatives that consider the creation of systemic models and the multi-actor and multi-sector articulation for the management of change. Her work has been nurtured by the collaboration with initiatives in various contexts in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as with the public, social, academic and private sectors. She contributes to the initiatives in which she participates with strategic analysis and vision, as well as promoting interculturality and collaborative leadership.
Software engineer and professor at the University of Chile. Practitioner and mentor in Lean+Agile collaborative work methodologies with the purpose of improving work cultures in today's uncertain and dynamic world. He pioneered Agile methodologies in Chile since 2001, and is among the pioneers of Lean Kanban in Latin America since 2007.
Publicist, specialized in Public Opinion and Political Marketing. Creator and director of Feeling, a methodology to innovate focused on people's feelings. Expert in Open Government and Social Innovation. University teacher. Member of the Political Innovation Network of Latin America.
Strategic consultant for civil society organizations, government, foundations and international development agencies. Former Executive Director of Fundación Ciudadanía Inteligente. Sociologist who has worked in the social development sector, mainly in education, youth and community organization projects, either in the public sector or in the field of civil society.