Victoria Hurtado: She is a lawyer from the University of Chile and holds a Master’s in Public Management from the Harvard Kennedy School. She has helped create the faculty of government at Adolfo Ibañez University, where she has worked for more than 10 years. Additionally she was also the director of the master’s programme, management and public policy in relation to the state and governability.
She was the deputy director of the Centre for Latin American Studies at California’s Berkley University, and director of Comunidad Mujer and consultant for the State Modernisation Unit. She has also worked as a scriptwriter for the television series CREO, www.seriecreo.cl, and a children’s book author with publications released in Spain, Colombia and Uruguay.
She is currently a member of the Board of Directors and Innovation Manager at Microsystem S.A., Director of the Technology Companies Trade Association (ACTI) and Director of innovacien.org, an organization that promotes the use of technology in the classroom. She is also a member of the Chile-California Council and an advisor to CORFO’s Early Start Financing Subcommittee.