Co-founder & CEO
Mariana hates to brag, but she is apparently one of the most innovative people in Peru under 35, at least according to the MIT. Before becoming a social entrepreneur, Mariana worked for organizations such as TechnoServe and the Organization of American States on social development projects in El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Peru and Kenya. She is a firm believer in the idea that social entrepreneurship is the way to bring together the best of two worlds. Mariana is originally from Peru and holds a BSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Columbia University in New York.