Carolina Castro was Undersecretary for Small and Medium Enterprises at the Production Ministry of Argentina. Previously, she worked in the family business, an automobile part manufacturer, and was a member of the shareholders board.
Carolina has been Chair of the youth department at the “Industrial Chamber of Argentina” (UIA). Today, she is Chair of the Legislation Department.
Since 2012 Castro has been an employer’s delegate at the International Labour Organization Conference. She also participated as a government delegate in 2017.
She has a graduate degree in Political Sciences
Eng. Fernando Landa is corporate Director of International Trade affairs and special projects in the Techint Organization, one of the most important industrial companies based in Argentina. He has served in prior positions such as President of Ternium USA Corp. based in Houston, President of Ternium International (2004-2009), and Commercial Director of Sidor Venezuela (1997- 2001 while the steel mill was a privatized entity).
Mr. Landa has a MBA from Stanford University, and an Industrial Engineering degree as well as a degree in Mechanical Engineering both from the Institute of Technology of Buenos Aires.
Lorenzo Luis Marchese is Human Resources Director of America Corporation since 2013. Previously, he has been Human Resources Director of a great deal of companies, such as Argentine Airports 2000 and Cablevisión TCI. Lorenzo Luis Marchese has been working for the International Labour Organization as an employer representative. He performed as President of the Training Committee of ACI LAC.
Lorenzo Luis Marchese has a business administration degree from Universidad de Buenos Aires. He has actively participated of international human resources conventions.
Agustina has an economic postgraduate’s degree from the University of Buenos Aires (U.B.A.). Since 2001 she has had a broad trajectory in the public sector. Former National Director for SME`s competitiveness at the Ministry of Production, previously member of the Board of Directors at the Investment and Foreign Trade Bank (BICE) . She has also been sectorial director of Buenos Aires City Bank, among other technical positions and has been advisor for companies and employers chambers. She has published several papers addressing Argentina’s productive structure, development processes, SMEs and other macroeconomic issues.
Silvano previously worked as Communication and Institutional Relations Coordinator at the Argentinean Ministry of Production´s Small and Medium Enterprises Undersecretariat. He also worked as International Trade Analyst at several multinational companies, as Volkswagen and General Electrics.
He is currently majoring in International Studies and holds a degree in International Trade. Silvano teaches International Integration and Cooperation at Salvador University in Buenos Aires.
Pilar Toyos is a Policy Officer at the B20 Argentina Secretariat. She works in the coordination and overall guidance of the taskforces policy content. She previously was an Economic Analyst at the Small and Medium Enterprises Undersecretariat at the Production Ministry of Argentina and gained experience as an Administrative Assistant in an Agricultural SME. Pilar holds an Honours Degree in Economics from the Buenos Aires University.
Paula Ini has a Political Science degree and is currently majoring in International Studies. She has previously worked as a policy analyst in the public sector, and has experience working in the communications field both in the private and non-governmental sectors.
Catalina is a Hotel Management graduate at Quilmes National University. She previously worked in the Meeting & Events industry for different 5 Stars Hotels in Buenos Aires as a Corporative Sales Executive. She also studied abroad in the Tourism faculty of Balearic Islands for a period of six months. Previously she worked for a Spanish company as functional consultant of their property management system. Before coming back to Argentina, she collaborated as a fix team member for the Youth Hotel Association, in Bath, England. She is currently taking a Master in International Studies at Di Tella University, in Buenos Aires.
Facundo Caceres holds a technician´s degree in Hardware and Networks from the I.T.A. (Instituto Argentino de Tecnología), an event planner´s degree from F.A.E.C.C (Fundación de Altos Estudios en Ciencias Comerciales) and a gastronomic professional´s degree from I.A.G. (Instituto Argentino de Gastronomía). He worked as supervisor of QA team, Business Continuity Management for Latin America and Global Career Program for North America at Accenture. He previously worked as an account specific trainer for Hewlett-Packard.
John Lees holds a Bachelor´s Degree in Social Communications from Universidad de Buenos Aires. He previously worked as a Press Officer and Communications Analyst at Energía Argentina S.A. and served as an Account Executive at TheNetMenCorp.
Mariana Maloberti holds a Spanish and English Technical-Scientific and Literary Translators’ degree. She has worked as a freelance translator and in the corporate sector as language assistant of different companies. Besides, she has collaborated in the organization, secretariat work and translation duties of international congresses and conventions.