Chilean Member Committee

Website: http://wec-chile.cl/

The Chilean National Committee aims to promote sustainable energy development in Chile, as a part of the WEC’s energy vision. As a member of the WEC network, the organisation is committed to representing the Chilean perspective within national, regional and global energy debates. The committee includes a variety of members to ensure that the diverse energy interests of Chile are appropriately represented. Members of the committee are invited to attend high-level events, participate in energy-focused study groups, contribute to technical research and be a part of the global energy dialogue.

Chair: Pierre Devillers

Mr. Devillers has 20 years’ experience in the energy sector. Born in Belgium, he holds a Master in Law, a Business Management Degree, and a Master in Finance. Pierre began his career within the ENGIE group in 1996 where he exercised various functions in electricity generation and distribution.
In 2001 he joined the energy Trading & Portfolio Management division, where he coordinated the different functional activities; and founded & assumed the general management of Electrabel European Portfolio Management. In 2007, after leading an in-depth transformation program of the European HR organizations and processes, he became HR director for the Energy Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg & Germany business area.
In 2010, he was a core team member of the International Power - GDF Suez’ integration Office, preparing the merger between the two energy giants. Subsequent to the merger, he was appointed Senior Vice President Strategy, Markets & Sales, Human Resources and Communications for the Energy Latin America business area. After ENGIE´s reorganization in 2015, Pierre was appointed ENGIE´s Chief Customer Solutions Officer for Latin America Business Unit, as well as Country Manager for Chile.

Secretary: Javiera Aldunate

Javiera Aldunate is a Designer from the Universidad Católica, she has an MBA from the Universidad del Desarrollo and has carried out several training programs at the Stanford University and Babson College. With great expertise in the field of visual communications, development of creative strategies and interdisciplinary project management, Javiera has been a teacher for more than 10 years in the areas of design thinking, design methodology, public responsibility and interdisciplinary project management.

Before her nomination as Executive Director of WEC Chile, she worked as Experience Director of GudCompany, in the development of value propositions of organizations and talent management. Currently, she also is a teacher at the Universidad del Desarrollo and part of Woom Up, in which she participates as a mentor of a network that encourage professional development of women in several industries.