Camila Moreno MILE 14
Camila Moreno is a graduate student from Universidad de la Sabana with an International Business Management degree. Her professional experience dates back to 2008 when she worked in China at the Colombian Governmental Entity that promotes international foreign investment, tourism and non-traditional exports - PROEXPORT. Recently, she worked at the Colombian Embassy in China with the responsibility of assisting the Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC), represented by 17 United Nations country Ambassadors. After her work experience in China, she worked at Araujo Ibarra & Asociados, an International Business consulting firm, were she developed consultancies to the World Bank and the Latin American and Caribbean Economic System focused on the research of the impact of Free Trade Zones and Free Trade Agreements in Latin American economies. She also worked advising local and international companies about the economic arguments necessary for anti-dumping cases before the Colombian Ministry of Commerce.
Being from one of the most dynamic Latin-American economies and having an international experience gave her an interest in the design and implementation of trade policies that will effectively increase Colombian exports and investments for the development of the country. Camila speaks Spanish, English, Portuguese and Chinese. She loves travelling and experiencing new cultures.