Measuring Our Impact
Ideas for Argentina 2030, edited by GCL 2015 alum Antonio Beun, compiles 50 diverse and complementary texts by young Argentinean experts, including two GCL alumni, who answer the question: what should we be discussing today vis a vis Argentina 2030?
Esmirna Mosquera Uribe, GCL 2015 from Chocó Colombia, and Specialist on Entrepreneurship and Employment for the United Nations International Organization for Migration (IOM), works directly with Afro-descendant and Indigenous communities (ADI) in Colombia’s most vulnerable regions.
GCL 2012 from Uruguay, Nicolas Albertoni, presents his new book Uruguay Como Solución on how to achieve consensuses and move from intention to action for a more prosperous Uruguay and Latin American region. This book was awarded the GCL Seal 2019.
Luis Rodríguez, ILG 2017 from El Salvador, has been named by the newly elected President of El Salvador Nayib Bukele, as the new Presidential Commissioner of Strategic Projects.
ILG alumni will travel to Cali this September for their 5th annual reunion, which will focus on "Migration Crisis in Latin America: Roads to Change." GCL alumni are also invited to join in and attend all public events.
The GCL community is proudly working with the Young Americas Business Trust (YABT) to support the Talent and Innovation Competition of the Americas (TIC Americas 2019) through thematic webinars and as a jury of the finalist projects.
On May 23-24, 2019, GCL 2019 alums Paula Mosera (Uruguay), Gustavo Rodriguez (Mexico), and Francisco Abad (Ecuador) successfully implemented the social entrepreneurship workshop “Innovating in Civil Society” in Tampico, Mexico. The workshop was organized by Fundación Fleishman and GT Global.
Lorena Gomez, GCL 2019 from Colombia, was awarded the Best Radio Story Award of Semana's Regional Journalism Awards for "On the Banks of the Sangoyaco," a co-production with Joaquin Uribe, which retells the 2017 Mocoa avalanche and its aftermath.
GCL alumnus 2009, Federal Deputy Marcel van Hattem (NOVO-RS) was awarded the Order of Rio Branco with the rank of Grand Officer, being the only Gaucho congressman to be awarded the Order on this occasion.
Rosa María Payá, GCL 2014 from Habana Cuba, promoter of the citizen initiative Cuba Decide was recognized with the highest Human Rights Award at the 2019 UN Watch Annual Gala Dinner.
Waldemar Peralta (ILG 2017, Bolivia) recently published his book "Elefantes en Tarija" in which he applies some of the tools learned during the Innovation & Leadership in Government Program (ILG) of Georgetown University's Latin America Leadership Program.
Nubia Santofimio (ILG 2014, Colombia) led knowledge management work and supported the first development model of the Digital Public Innovation Center, which was recently recognized as one of the best public service teams of 2018 by Apolitical.
Emilio E. Rescigno, (ILG 2017, Argentina) served as National Director of Productive Articulation (2015-2018) where he was responsible for designing and implementing multilevel articulation programs for productive development at the local level.
GCL alum Manuel Carranza presented the book Lideroamerica, Lessons on Leadership in Latin America, a project by GCL 2018 alumni Bryan Avendaño (Colombia), Gabriela Vallejo (Ecuador), Manuel Carranza (El Salvador), Alvaro Gonzalez (Venezuela).
The Global Competitiveness Leadership Program 2019 graduation took place at the Riggs Library on Friday, March 29. Thirty-six participants from 15 Ibero-American countries graduated from this 10-week program which aims to empower emerging leaders to become strong agents of change in Latin America.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) recognized four GCL alumni who are leading technology education in Latin America: Daniela Galindo Bermúdez (GCL 2016, Colombia), Mercedes Werner (GCL 2014, Argentina), Allison Silva (GCL 2009, Bolivia), and Gabriela Gaona (GCL 2019, Paraguay).
On Tuesday, January 22, 2019, the Latin America Leadership Program welcomed to its Global Competitiveness Leadership Program (GCL) 36 young leaders from 15 Ibero-American countries, who developed and advanced their GCL projects to implement in their countries at the end of the program.
GCL alumni Kenneth Gent (GCL 2014, Chile), Carolina Escallon (GCL 2015, Colombia), and Andres Aramayo (GCL 2015, Bolivia) collaborate to promote significant learning and skills development in order to close the literacy gap in Latin America.
Global Americans launched in 2018 the first edition of the New Generation of Public Intellectuals featuring GCL alumni whose experience and research have started to transcend public policy discourse in Latin America.
Isabela Christo (GCL 2017) is the first Brazilian woman ever to be awarded the highly competitive Schwarzman Scholarship for global leaders to pursue a master's degree at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
Manuel Laredo (GCL 2016, Bolivia), general manager and founder of Mamut, was recognized as one of the most important leaders in Bolivia for his business leadership.
From October 11th through October 14th, 2018, Georgetown University hosted its third International Alumni Weekend (IAW) in Mexico City. To commemorate this ocassion, Latin American Board members traveled to Mexico to hold its biannual meeting and participate in the various weekend activities.
The GCL Alumni Network celebrated their 10th annual reunion in Antigua, Guatemala from October 29-31, 2018. The reunion was attended by Professor Ricardo Ernst, LALP Executive Director, and Latin American Board member, Dionisio Gutierrez.
The ILG Alumni Network (115 participants, 16 countries) hosted their annual reunion at Georgetown University from September 26-28, 2018. Representatives from the five ILG cohorts attended the various events.
LALP executive director Professor Ernst opened the first edition of the Program of Global Impact Leadership (PLIG 2018), a project of GCL2017 alumnus from Uruguay and GCL Seal recipient Felipe Paullier.
The graduation took place at the Riggs Library last March 29. Thirty-four participants from 19 countries graduated from this 10-week program that empowers emerging leaders to become agents of change in Latin America. Welcome to the GCL Network!
Smolansky’s efforts for the defense of democracy and human rights have inspired many in Venezuela and around the world. They are a clear example of GCL's mission to generate positive change with a multiplier effect in the region.
On January 26, Helga Hernandez, ILG 2015 alumn, was appointed vice minister for preschool, elementary, and middle school education. During her time at ILG, she worked as regional articulation leader for Colciencias (Administrative Department of Science, Innovation and Technology).
ILG 2016 Alumnus was awarded the AsiaGlobal Fellowship by the Asia Global Institute at the University of Hong Kong. Adolfo Argüello was part of the inaugural thirteen-week residential program for up to 16 mid-career international professionals.