Juliana Uribe Villegas
Juliana Uribe founded Movilizatorio in 2016, it is a laboratory of citizen participation and social innovation for Colombia and Latin America. At Movilizatorio, Juliana and her team combine strategy, communication, technology, alliances and research tools to mobilize actors and sectors with the aim of strengthening collective leadership as an engine for social transformation. Its projects include El Avispero, which has managed to link more than 100,000 change agents. She lives at the intersection of social innovation, the digital age, and international relations, as a social entrepreneur, activist, and consultant. During the sanitary crisis, Juliana led the Colombia Cuida Colombia mobilization and communication strategy, an alliance of more than 300 civil society organizations with the aim of mitigating the negative impact of COVID-19. In 2020, Juliana was chosen by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Wom-En Com Foundation as one of the 30 most influential young women in Colombian politics. In addition, she was chosen by Semana magazine for the “Women who inspire” award in 2014. Juliana is a graduate of Harvard University as a Master in Public Administration and a Mason Fellow of the John F. Kennedy School of Government and of the University of Barcelona as a Cum Laude Master in International Relations. She is Colombian, an Economist from the Universidad de los Andes and speaks Spanish, English and German.
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