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Carla Grados Villamar

Carla is based in the London office as part of the growth team. She is passionate about Social Entrepreneurship and the intersection of business and policy. Prior to joining 60 Decibels, Carla worked for +8 years supporting social enterprises, impact investors, corporates and governments on social impact, systems change and public private partnerships. She was […]

Carla is based in the London office as part of the growth team. She is passionate about Social Entrepreneurship and the intersection of business and policy. Prior to joining 60 Decibels, Carla worked for +8 years supporting social enterprises, impact investors, corporates and governments on social impact, systems change and public private partnerships. She was the former Executive Director of Kunan, Peru’s Social Enterprise Platform, and the former Director of Social Entrepreneurship at Peru’s Local Chapter of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD). Lately she has focused on sustainable and gender finance doing research for IDB, FAO, OECD, 2XC and BII. She has a BA in Business with studies and fellowships in political science, inclusive business, and social impact strategy at Universidad del Pacifico, Sciences Po and UPenn, and holds an MPP and MBA as a Pershing Square Scholar at the University of Oxford. Carla by the numbers – CoFounded Social Enterprises / Venture Studios: 3 (proa.peKhanaLucha), conversations about Peru: +10000, +5000mt mountain summits: 1 (hoping for more!).

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