Women in Energy shine brightly in Chile

03.06.19 News ArticleLatin America InnovationMember CommitteesEvents

The Chilean chapter of the World Energy Council has developed a Women in Energy Chile programme in partnership with Deloitte, which looks to help women integrate at an early stage into a leadership network within the energy industry. This will enable greater opportunities, drive knowledge sharing and bolster new thinking in an industry that needs fresh ideas and perspectives.

According to a 2017 project with 48 energy companies, the energy sector is one of the least gender diverse in Chile, with a participation rate of women of just 22%, and only 12% of company board directors and CEOs held by women.
 



The Selection Committee for Chile's Women in Energy have identified the following programme objectives:
 
  • Create an intersectional group able to represent the entire energy industry spectrum
  • Build a wide array of technical knowledge about all energy resources and sectors
  • Gather individuals with relevant experience that can contribute actionable and innovative solutions to the energy debate
 
 

 
Here's a list of the women selected for the initiative. More information can be found in this link (Spanish language).
 
AES Gener
Alba López Vega
AES Gener
Gisele Carolina Astorga Viveros
AME SpA
Maria Ignacia Varela
ASE
Mariana Pavón Beltrán
CAMCHAL
Iris Wunderlich
CGE/ Empresas Electricas
Javiera Valencia Zamorano
CISCO Chile
Daniela Serrano
Comisión Nacional de Energía
Lilian García Berg
Empresas Eléctricas
Javiera Ketterer
Empresas Eléctricas A.G.
Pamela González
Enel Distribución
Alejandra Pereira Carramiñana
ENGIE
María Asunción Borrás Martínez
ENGIE
Michelle Rabajille
Engie
Paula de la Fuente
Fundación Chile
Carolina Cuevas Gutiérrez
ISA INTERCHILE
Daniela Angelina Peirano Pizarro
Ministerio de Energía
Andrea Pizarro Vargas
Ministerio de Energía
Bárbara Eguiguren Ebensperger
Ministerio de Energía
Carla Douglas
Ministerio de Energía
Javiera Patricia Inostroza Codoceo
Ministerio de Energía
Maria José Ariztia Larrain
Ministerio de Energía
Monserrat García Herrera
Metrogas S.A.
Javiera Kowaleczko
Pacific Hydro Chile
Lourdes Oliva
Pacific Hydro Chile
María Susana Muñoz Espinoza
Siemens Chile
Antonella Sovino Ortlieb
Siemens Chile
Lizabeth Ramos Vivenes
TOTAL / WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM
Alejandra Salazar Delgado

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