Board of Directors

Victoria Arteaga, MBA

Latin America Director

Victoria Arteaga She is the mother of three daughters Violeta 7, Amelia 4 (syngapian) and Lourdes (3 months old). Amelia was diagnosed in 2018 at the age of 3, from the moment of receiving her daughter's diagnosis and knowing the challenges that the diagnosis represented, especially in Latin America, Victoria and her husband Juan decided to get involved to actively participate and help the Latin American community in order to promote, sensitize inclusion, greater opportunities and seek a cure for the disease.

Victoria Arteaga originally from Colombia is an International Negotiator with a specialization in Geopolitics and whose work life led her to work in important logistics and distribution companies, she moved to Palm Beach Gardens, Florida in 2006 with her husband and is studying an Executive MBA with an emphasis on Operations at Florida Atlantic University.

Victoria Arteaga is a mother of three daughters Violeta (7), Amelia (4) (syngapian) and Lourdes (3 months old). From the moment she received her daughter's diagnosis, she knew the challenges that the diagnosis represented especially in Latin America, Victoria and her husband Juan decide to get involved and actively participate and assist the Latin American community in order to promote, raise awareness, inclusion and seek a cure for this rare disease.

Born in Colombia, with a Bachelors on International Business and graduate studies on Geopolitics. Her career led her to work in important logistics and distribution companies abroad and in the US. She moved to Palm Beach Gardens, Florida in 2006 with her husband, Juan, and graduated from an Executive MBA with an emphasis in Operations at Florida Atlantic University.

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