Monserrat Moya Arrué
Monserrat is a lawyer from the Pontifical Catholic University, master’s in laws, University of UC Berkeley. She has more than ten years of experience in legal advice to national and foreign corporations and nonprofit organizations, developing the corporative and tax structure to permit them doing donations and obtain donation certificates that allow donors contributing to the social welfare. She does classes of legal obligations, donations, labor inclusion for shareholders, board of directors and stake holders. She has participate drafting some laws as: Ley 20.500 of citizen participation, Ley 21.014 labor inclusion, Ley 20.930 Conservation Easement, Law that unify the donations norms, among others.
Barbara Rodriguez Droguett
PhD University of Washington. Master of Science in Urban Ecology, State University of New York and Executive Master of Public Administration de Syracuse University. She has more than ten years of experience facilitating and executing social impact projects through strategic collaboration between academia, industry and the public sector both in Chile and in the United States. She has worked in academia and industry associations, such as the Carbon Leadership Forum, Carbon Smart Building Initiative leading the development of strategies to achieve Net Zero Carbon cities by 2050 and also the long-term Urban Research Station in Syracuse, NY funded by the NSF. She developed the first Program of Environmental Declaration of Products for the Construction Sector in Latin America and has collaborated in various initiatives with the Secretary of Sustainable Construction in Chile, in 2015 he obtained the Under 35 Leadership Award in Sustainability delivered by the Chilean`s Construction Chamber.