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Country Manager Ecuador
I was born in Quito, Ecuador, in the late 1980s. At that time, in Quito, there was no Internet and it was very difficult to keep up with the fast changes that the world was going through after the fall of the Berlin Wall. However, I have always been restless and curious about the new cultural trends, and this allowed me to explore my creative and innovative side. Professionally, I like connecting people and building bridges that link law, technology and innovation. My personal objective is focused on inspiring other people and organizations to break new ground and see things differently in order to move towards a more collaborative and supportive society.
In order to build a digital society, we need to reinvent ourselves and create agile, innovative solutions to address the challenges that the digital economy imposes on us. After gaining significant experience in Competition and Data Privacy Law in the public and private sectors, I pursued a Master's degree in Spain where I discovered the fascinating world of Digital Law and linked it with my previous experience. Personally, I am a fan of collaborative economy apps because they make my life easier and I use them all the time. In the near future, I would like to develop an app to promote social aid projects.
Legal innovation leader
I am a lawyer by profession, and naturally curious. This curiosity led me to explore different paths in law and other fields. After working as an attorney for law firms and as in-house counsel for companies, I had the opportunity to join the commercial area of a company for two years and that is when my passion for innovation started. This experience allowed me to return to the legal world with a more business-oriented mindset, conscious of the value that a lawyer can contribute to a company. Learning design thinking and agile methodologies showed me the enormous potential to connect innovation with law by promoting experimentation and creative thinking.
Regulatory and Public Affairs Leader
My career started in the legal department of a multinational tech company. One of my first assignments was to provide clients with training on the secure use of the cloud and the legal validity of digital signatures. This experience made me realize the importance of bridging the gap between law and technology users. I continued my professional training and gained relevant expertise in regulation and public policy, personal data protection and technology contracts. I combine my passion for technology with the promotion of gender diversity in the legal profession and the technology industry.
When I started my career as a lawyer in the mid-1990s, I made my first online purchase with great uncertainty. That is when I discovered a fascinating intersection between the Internet and its potential to promote global commerce and inclusion, and my career as a lawyer. Since then, technology has been my passion. I completed graduate studies in technology law abroad and I have provided advice, for more than 10 years, to governments, multinational companies and entrepreneurs in order to address the challenges that digital regulation imposes. I teach in various Peruvian universities and enjoy writing and lecturing on my areas of interest.
Since the beginning of my career, I have witnessed how disruptive technologies and digital innovation have reinvented law. I had the opportunity to know these significant changes through my experience in the public and private sectors, and this encouraged me to specialize in economic regulation which is a key space to increase awareness about Digital Law in our society. I am a lawyer specialized in Competition Law and I am part of a new generation fascinated by the collaborative economy models, who seek to contribute to redefining the legal practice based on the impact of new technologies and digital inclusion.
Public policy analyst
I believe in the inclusive potential of technological development and applied innovation since, as with good public policies, they improve our quality of life and give us tools to think how we want the future to be. I was born in Argentina, spent my childhood in Uruguay and, for some years now, I have lived in Lima where I found something I was looking for –a city where I can live next to the sea-. Currently, I continue my education in governance and public policy, with special interest in digital governance, gender diversity, and the environment.
On my way through life, I want to contribute to improve people’s quality of life from my area of work. I am a Colombian, Peruvian at heart for six years now, and Latin American woman who believes that teamwork and a clear purpose can have an impact and lead to real changes. Being part of Niubox allows me to combine professional challenges and development with humanity.
I have always enjoyed being part of companies that have as their main purpose making this world a better place. My education had a humanistic and people centered approach, that is why in Niubox I find an opportunity to make an impact and contribute with this philosophy.
I have always believed that law should continuously adapt to social changes. Nowadays, technology gives us the opportunity for a necessary change that brings innovation closer to the legal world. I have a bachelor’s degree in law, with experience in intellectual property, unfair competition and consumer protection, and I am willing to keep learning and to build bridges between law and innovation for the economic and social development of my country.
Throughout my studies, I always wondered how I could practice law and give it a new purpose and approach that are revolutionary and innovative. In the search for this purpose, I discovered the importance of reinventing law and aligning it with technological development and new inventions, in order to provide quality, modern services. I studied law and had the opportunity to work for a law firm and a company, and this allowed me to see law from two different perspectives. I have a strong interest in intellectual property and in the application of new technologies in law.
Regulatory and Public Affairs Trainee
I am certain that technology, culture and digital education are the best instruments for social transformation. Studying law and then living an ongoing process of interdisciplinary learning are not contradictory ideas, but rather complementary. A process that should lead us to rethink about the lawyers who strengthen their skills with creativity, innovation and change. I have a bachelor’s degree in law with a major in Public Management from Universidad Católica San Pablo de Arequipa, and I try to work based on research, visual language, and social projects with an impact.