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ILG Alumni Network

The ILG Alumni Network is a student-led initiative that serves to unite and connect all ILG alumni throughout the years and foster links with other Georgetown University's Latin America Leadership Program alumni. The network aims to promote governability and innovation in the region by organizing and hosting local events and strengthening collaboration amongst alumni beyond their time at Georgetown.

Since its inception in 2014, the Innovation and Leadership in Government Program (ILG) has equipped 233 public, multilateral, and social managers from 18 Latin American countries with analytical frameworks and tools to generate and implement innovative public policies in their respective countries. 

Board ILG Alumni Network 2022-2024

President: Isabel Fiafilio (ILG 2020, Peru)

Vicepresident: Ana Romina Sarmiento (ILG 2019, Argentina)

ILG 2014: Rodrigo Aybar (Argentina)
ILG 2015: Susana Porras (Colombia ) sup. José Antonio Avila Stagg.(Ecuador)
ILG 2016: Humberto Villalobos (Panama)
ILG 2017: Carlos Mendoza (Chile)
ILG 2018: Vania García (Honduras) Sup. Ana Gigliola Nuñez Joyo (Peru)
ILG 2019 Fiorella Guevara (Peru) sup. Luz Paola Sánchez (Paraguay)
ILG 2020: Mónica Real (Ecuador) sup. Omar Edu Córdoba Paredes (Peru)
ILG 2021: Juan Manuel Lozano Rodríguez (Colombia) sup Mónica E. Banegas Cedillo (Ecuador)
ILG 2022: David Castellanos (Honduras) sup. Lina María Nuñez Acosta (Colombia)

Past Participant Testimonials

ILG allowed me to join a network of agents of change who are working to improve the realities of their own countries, and are determined to do so with exceptional values. Generating a synergy of ideas at a global level and acting locally is what unites participants throughout the program." — Ignacio Maldonado Yonna, Department of Coordination and Planning, Corrientes Province, Argentina

"The ILG program is very valuable for the training of leaders. The program provides participants with tools to maximize their strengths, come up with new collaborative visions, and have a more effective impact in the transformation of their realities. Sharing successful and innovative experiences with other countries in the region contributes to the development and strengthening of our communities." — Ingrid S. Valencia Barreto, Colombian Ombudsman's Office, Training for Citizen Participation, Colombia