Isabel Villarosa is a senior consultant in the field of International Development and Enterpenership. Isabel has had an impressive career in private as well as in public sector and she brings vast experience in the world of finance, international development and negotiation.
Mrs. Villarosa has started her career as a consultant at McKinsey Santiago de Chile, subsequently moving to its New York offices. She has worked in strategic consulting in various industries in Latin and North America. Her expertise focuses on energy, water and technology sectors.
Following her career in private sector Mrs. Villarosa has worked as a program manager in the World Bank. She worked in the Infrastructure and Environment Sector (INE) of the Bank, supervising operations related to energy, transport, water and sanitation in dispute and post crisis areas.
Mrs. Villarosa holds a B.A. in economics from University of Chile and a Masters in Public Administration from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. She has also been a fellow of the Program on Negotiation at the Harvard Law School.
Today Isabel holds senior position as a region manager at Evolvo International Development, responsible for special projects in the realm of International Development in MENA.