Our Board brings a strategic vision to the development of the Foundation.
"I have the honour of presiding over the Foundation with the conviction that the contribution of civil society is fundamental to innovate, improve processes in the territories where we work directly and inspire the different actors interested in improving public education throughout the country.
I am an economist from the University of Chile and Master in Economics from Georgetown University. I am an associate researcher at Grupo Educativo and a consultant for international organisations. Member of the board of Fundación Chile and of the Digital Transformation Committee of Corfo, I am also part of the Advisory Council of the OEI (Organisation of Ibero-American States for Education, Science and Culture)".
"It is a privilege to be on the board of the Foundation. I have the opportunity to work with a very committed team of professionals, who set the highest goals, and who seek to contribute to improving the country's education through evidence-based work and innovation.
I am a psychologist from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Master and PhD in Education from Columbia University. Researcher and consultant on early childhood development, early education and social policies for UNICEF, OECD, World Bank, CIAE, Microdatos, IPP and CPCE, among others. I am founder and researcher of the Early Childhood Studies Centre and advisor to the Education Quality Agency.
"I deeply believe in the importance of education in the integral development of people, and that effective investment in early childhood is undoubtedly the great tool to level the playing field, enabling each child to develop his or her potential to live happily and cognitively, thus becoming a full adult in the future. It is a great honour for me to participate in the board of the Foundation since its inception and to contribute in this way to the future generations of our country, especially the most vulnerable.
I am a civil industrial engineer from the University of Chile, president of Inversiones Consolidadas, director of Canal 13, president of Transacciones e Inversiones Arizona, president of Inversiones Alabama and director of Fundación Amparo y Justicia.
"When I was invited to participate in the board, I did not hesitate to accept, given my interest in collaborating with such a priority issue for the country as education. If children grow up with better tools to face the future, they are motivated to take a great leap towards better opportunities and thus achieve better development for themselves, their families and the country.
I have a law degree from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and an MBA from the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez. I have been legal advisor and director of companies. I have worked as a prosecutor for Banco de Chile, as a prosecutor for Quiñenco and as a founding partner of the law firm Carvallo, Bizzarri & García Abogados".
"I believe in a Chile with equal opportunities for all. To achieve this, we need to start from the earliest years, giving children the opportunity to access quality early education. The Foundation is an example to follow, empowering educators and management teams to transform lives.
"I am a professor and researcher at the Faculty of Education of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and deputy director of the CEPPE UC centre.
I am a civil industrial engineer from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, a master's degree in education policy and a Ph.D. in economics of education from Columbia University. I have been a consultant for the United Nations Development Programme and the Inter-American Development Bank. Co-founder of Enseña Chile and Elige Educar".
"I believe that it is fundamental to invest in education and the development of a country, so I did not hesitate to join the board of Fundación Educacional Oportunidad, one of the most active and referential in the field. I hope to be able to contribute in some way to the children of Chile and the development of education from an early age.
I am an advisor to the Vice President of Banco de Chile, an advisor to Columbia World Projects at Columbia University, and an alternate member of the Fundación Chilena del Pacífico".