I am the Vice-President of the third largest supermarket chain in Venezuela, a country that in recent years has been plagued with scarcity, and works with the permanent threat that government controls can take over, or order the closing of any enterprise any time. Caracas is also one of the most dangerous cities in the world, with a myriad of social and financial challenges that restrict action.
Frustrating as these constraints may be, I see myself as a survivor and am highly motivated to contribute to improving the situation of my country, for citizens and businesses alike. I understand that the role of communities needs to be redefined, and that this needs to take place together with the stakeholders who are able to provide the most relevant needs.
My bachelors and masters degrees in Venezuela have not quenched my hunger for learning and I am now yearning to broaden my skills and knowledge to increase my impact.