After I finished my BS Eng. in Colombia and started working in intellectual property rights, I developed a fascination for tech and innovation. For this reason, I decided to do my MA in Innovation Management, where I got to study both in Scotland and Germany.
In 2016, I joined ECT’s Innovation team. I knew right away this was my opportunity to grow as a techie and as a person. Here at ECT, I was able to explore different jobs and functions before founding my own unique department dedicated to our Joint Agile Product Development Program and becoming ECT’s first technology evangelist. Most recently, I expanded my responsibilities to include management of our Innovation and UX Design departments.
I love outdoor sports and am a passionate coffee drinker – two things that usually don’t go together. When I am not in a café, I’m climbing mountains and biking in the forests.
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