Mtra. Marinela Servitje Montull
She is the founder and CEO of Siete Colores (Seven Colors in Spanish), a consulting company specialized in the construction of public spaces, such as museums and public facilities. Before founding the company, she worked for the Ministry of Public Education of Mexico where she directed efforts in training primary and secondary school teachers. In addition, she served as the Director of the Papalote Museum for Children and is the creator of the Pro-Bosque Trust for the Chapultepec Park. She was president of the National Institute of Pediatrics, served as the President of Walmart Foundation and Televisa Foundation. Moreover, she launched health campaigns and created a trust for the Social Commitment towards Quality Education. She has also served as President of UNICEF Mexico’s Advisory Board. Marinela has a Master’s Degree in Educational International Development from Stanford University.