Who is Catalina Rengifo, a possibilist, a lover of reading, books, and a faithful believer in the power of sorority. A weaver and conciliator of opportunities.

She is also a lawyer from Universidad Javeriana, with a master’s degree in Government and Public Policy. She is a design thinking and assertive communication coach, has experience in digital communities, and has a degree from Georgetown University in Business Leadership. She has more than fifteen years of experience structuring and executing projects focused on innovating through the use of technology and culture transformation, and has knowledge and experience in digital education, analytics, and information cybersecurity among other technologies.

She has served in various positions in the public sector where his leadership has materialized programs and projects with an impact on different communities. For more than 10 years she led government relations in Latin America for IBM and today she is the Manager of Special Philanthropy Projects and Programs for Microsoft in the Americas.

She is an independent member of Boards of Directors and Advisory Boards in companies in the logistics and technology sector. She is a member of WOMEN IN CONNECTION, MUJERES TIC, and the Women in Board Leadership group at CESA. She has been a panelist in important national and international events and is a columnist.