Founder and general manager of Empathy. Member Advisory Committee of the Fundación de las Familias and Advisory Committee of the National Museum of Women in Arts. Director of several foundations, such as the Aportes de Gestión Foundation in Chile, the Kennedy Foundation and the Celebraciones con Sentido Foundation.
He has been a lecturer on many occasions, including his participation in the National Chamber of Commerce and professor of Corporate Governance at the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez and the Universidad Mayor.
His professional practice includes commercial law, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital, with strong emphasis on the corporate governance of the entities he advises.
Degree in Social Work front he University of Buenos Aires, complemented by higher studies in Corporate Social Responsibility ( Escuela de. Negocios de Cordoba) and local Economic Development ( Universidad Nacional de San Martín), creating a comprehensive and multifaceted vision of the challenges facing the relationship between the company and its stakeholders.
Betina designs programs “ tailored “ to the company, aligned with the company’s core business through a strategic vision of corporate volunteering.
She has worked as a translator for Rome International GmbH & Co. KG, Wibros GmbH and the University of Applied Science Magdeburg-Stendhal. In addition, her empathy, her commitment to social justice and her passion for the world of international development have led her to volunteer in various countries: administrative assistant for the Spanish Red Cross (10 months), coordinator of a cultural project in Germany for Europe Match Schedule (3 months) and english teacher in Cambodia in collaboration with the NGO Asia Volunteer Network (3 months).
Inés holds a Master Degree in International Law and has 8 years of experience as legal counsel in corporate law firms in Chile. Her passion for working with non-profit organizations began at an early age, when she used to volunteer at local charities in Barcelona, her city of origin. During and after law school, she volunteered in different UN agencies in Geneva and Nicaragua, in the field of the international protection of human rights. From 2010 ahead, she worked as a corporate legal counsel but always continued to collaborate with social organizations through pro bono work drafting publications and legal studies related to Human Rights of Migrants, Social and Economic Rights, and Climate Change.
Inés has specialized with courses and diplomas in Public Policies and environment, gender, migrations and projects with Human Rights-based approach, among others. She has recently studied a course entitled From Intuition to Evidence: Methods to measure the social impact of Projects at the Adolfo Ibáñez University (2019), a Diploma in Management of Cooperatives and Social and Solidarity Economy at the University of Santiago de Chile (2018), and a Diploma in Compliance and Corporate Governance Good Practices at the Catholic University of Chile (2016).
She is fluent in Spanish, English and French, and has a basic level of Portuguese.``