Representative for Latin America & Consulting Economist
Carla is the Representative for Latin America and serves as Consulting Economist at U4C. She holds a master’s degree in Finances and Marketing from the Universidad Del Valle and an undergraduate degree in Economics from the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés in La Paz, Bolivia. Further, Carla earned a diploma in design and evaluation of social projects and has vast professional experience in banking, finance, and international trade.
For more than 15 years, Carla worked in two major banks of Bolivia (Banco Boliviano Americano and Banco Santa Cruz) in the area of planning and management. Mrs. Murillo is also a successful entrepreneur. She founded Centro Integral de Desarrollo y Capacitación Profesional (CIDCAP), which plans and delivers training to thousands of professionals through seminars, conferences, forums and workshops in the areas of business management and healthcare.
Carla completed a Doctorate in Advanced Education from the Centro Psicopedagógico de Investigación en Educación Superior, Universidad Del Valle, where she was a professor. She has over 10 years of experience working in private financial institutions of Bolivia, focusing in analysis and diagnosis of monetary and banking policies. She has also contributed to the Country’s development, working as manager in different public institutions such as the Department of Customs and Trading.
Carla has received numerous recognitions for her work including successful preparation and evaluation of cost-effective social projects as well as social and economic-technical and feasibility studies such as: Master Plan for the Hospital of Yacuiba, School of Dentistry – Universidad Mayor de San Andrés (UMSA), Cultural Center of the Central Bank. Mrs. Murillo served as a university professor at private and public universities of Bolivia teaching business, marketing and finance. She is a consultant and facilitated workshops on group dynamics for young professionals and entrepreneurs. She is an active member of the Bolivian Society of Public Health and the Rotary Club San Jorge.