- Vice-President, JP Morgan, USA
2002, BA, Princeton University; 2004, MA, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University; 2011, MBA, Duke University. Formerly: managed the Latin American subsidiaries of family's 75-year old business, which included the world's largest waste logistics equipment company; built family's investment offices in Paris and Rio de Janeiro. Currently, Vice-President, Global Investment Opportunities Group, JP Morgan, providing multi-asset class investment advice to clients in the US. Member, Group of Fifty (G50), a select group of private company leaders from Latin America. Young Global Leader, and helped create the Family and Private Company Community World Economic Forum (2010).