Juliana Uribe is a young Colombian woman who lives at the intersection of social innovation, the digital age and international relations, as a social entrepreneur and activist. In 2016 she founded Movilizatorio, a citizen engagement and social innovation Lab for Colombia and Latin America. Before that, she was part of the Purpose team, from where she advised on global mobilization strategies organizations such as Hewlett Foundation, Habitat for Humanity and Ikea Foundation, among others.
She was also linked for more than 6 years to the public sector in Colombia as Marketing Director of ProColombia, leading the campaign “Colombia, the risk is that you want to stay”, and as Director of International Relations for the mayoralty of Bogotá.
Juliana has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University (2013) and studies in International Business Cum Laude from the University of Barcelona (2005), and is an Economist from the Universidad de Los Andes (2004).