Catalina Cock Duque
Catalina has over 15 years of experience in development and social entrepreneurship issues. She is a sociologist and political scientist from the University of Maryland, USA, and has a master's degree in Social Policy from the London School of Economics. She is co-founder of “Amigos del Chocó Foundation”, through which she led the creation of the first global environmental and social certification system for gold mining.
In acknowledgement of her social effort, she was named Ashoka and Synegros fellow and Young Global Leader by the Davos World Economic Forum.
Through her work she has consolidated the Foundation's focus through art and education, and as a result of its project management has developed high impact programs and methodologies that have enabled Mi Sangre to achieve national and international acknowledgement.