Canning House welcomes a Chilean delegation of businesswomen and executives to London, as part of their European tour.
Meeting with RedMAD: Senior Women in Business
- 126 Wigmore St, Marylebone, London W1U 3RY
- 9:20am - 11:30am
The RedMAD (Senior Women in Business) is a Chilean non-profit organisation formed by professionals and businesswomen who hold executive positions in the public and private sector. Its main goal is to promote the inclusion of women with talent in senior management positions.
Members of RedMAD are preparing a tour around four different cities in Europe: London, Paris, Madrid, Stockholm.
As part of their tour, Canning House will host a meeting in which the delegation will hear from executive Latin American women working in the UK about their paths to building their respective successful careers, and the challenges they have encountered.
More information of the speakers coming soon.
Head of International Relations, Anglo American
Cristina is a Government Relations and policy professional. She has experience in assessing political risk, developing political networks and stakeholder engagement, international advocacy and public affairs campaigns. Areas worked on include business development, political network/ influence development, and political assessment in the Middle East, Europe, Southern Africa and Latin America. She has direct experience of working with the extractive, NGO, multilateral and governmental sectors.
Cristina was previously a Trustee of Canning House.
Maria Luisa Puig
Director, Latin America, Eurasia Group
Maria Luisa is responsible for Eurasia Group's coverage of Chile, Colombia, and Peru. Based in our London office, she helps clients understand political dynamics and economic policy in these countries. Among other topics, she is currently focusing on widespread distrust of the political establishment in Latin America and its impact on elections. Her sectoral expertise includes energy and natural resources.
Lucia is from Argentina and has been living in London for over seven years. Lucia is the CEO of the Indoamerican Refugee and Migrant Organisation (IRMO), a migrants’ rights community organisation who supports 4,000 Latin Americans per year. She joined IRMO in 2011 as a volunteer and became the Director in 2014. Lucia holds a Ph.D. in Management and conducted research in sustainable development.
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