Dra. Mónica Rivero Bolivia Office Director
Attorney, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés (U.M.S.A.), School of Law and Political Sciences. Specialist in Intellectual Property and Corporate Law. Certified Advanced Studies in Corporate Social Responsibility, Universidad de Domingo Savio - Escuela Internacional de Alta Gestión - Business School. Certified Advanced Studies in Governance and Political Management. Holds a Diploma in Higher Education, Post-Graduate Studies and International Relations from the School of Law and Political Science (U.M.S.A.). Member of the National Bar Association, Bar Association of La Paz, and Public School of Lawyers of the Plurinational State of Bolivia. Former member of the Board of Directors of the Private Businessmen Confederation of Bolivia (C.E.P.B) and of the National Chamber of Industries (C.N.I). Participated as a lawyer in the implementation and development of the Justice Administration Reform Program in Bolivia by means of international cooperation institutions. Speaker at national and international seminars on the defense of intellectual property rights in Bolivia, based on the regulations of the Andean Community of Nations and Bolivian legislation. Participated as speaker in forums organized by the United Nations, Embassy of Sweden, National Chamber of Commerce, and others, on topics related to gender equality and social inclusion, under the perspective of the Sustainable Development Goals. Panelist at the "V Latin American Summit of Women Lawyers - Women in Law Summit Digital", Speaker at International Seminars on Combating the Commercialization of Counterfeit Products and Trademark Crimes". Courses and Seminars: III International Seminar: "Intellectual Property in the Andean Community" (CAN) and National Intellectual Property Service, "Negotiation and Social Dialogue", International Labor Organization for the Andean Countries. Workshop: "Project Design and Project Cycle Management Principles": International Labor Organization (ILO). Workshop: "For the Management of Business Organizations" Latin American Institute of Organizational Management (ILGO). Languages: Spanish and English.
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