Adriana Hoyos is a Senior Fellow at Harvard University and a consultant on strategy, governance and international economic development. With 20 years of professional experience in the private sector, government and academia, she has worked in banking, market access, public-private partnerships, entrepreneurship, crowdfunding, corporate social responsibility, economic development, governance, poverty, policy and gender issues. She was CEO of the Women's World Bank, worked for several years in the Colombian government and also has a long career as a consultant, university professor and researcher. Adriana has held positions of responsibility in several political campaigns for the Presidency, such as those of Mitt Romney and Marco Rubio in the United States, and Álvaro Uribe and Andrés Pastrana in Colombia. She is an economist and business administrator from the Universidad de los Andes, and holds postgraduate degrees from Stanford University and Icade. She has also served on several international boards and advisory committees.

Featured programmes and seminars

  • Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. Carissa Veliz

    Start date: 04/03/2024

    This course will help us understand the "digital reality" we live in. A practical and constructive approach, offering possible solutions to the ethical challenges generated by AI.

  • Workshop on Journalism and Communication in the Digital Age

    Start date: 18/03/2024

    The aim of this programme is to offer an updated vision of the new technological and socio-economic trends for the present and future of journalism and communication.

  • Workshop on the Future of Government

    Start date: 8/04/2024

    The aim of this programme is to provide an up-to-date overview of the new technological and social trends that will affect the future of politics and governance.

  • Frontiers of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

    Start date: 10/06/2024

    The aim of this programme is to analyse the latest developments in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship from a multi-sectoral perspective.