Camila holds a Business Administration degree from the Universidad de Ciencias Empresariales y Sociales, city of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Four years ago, she joined Axialent’s finance department and then became a project manager.

She has knowledge and experience in the management of figures, particularly in budgeting, and in the follow-up of projects’ income and costs. She specializes in project management, and her strengths are coordination agility and practicality and, mainly, human relations.

At present, she collaborates with clients from different Latin American countries.

Camila considers that the alignment between the values of the company where she works and her own values is essential, prompting her to offer her maximum potential in every situation that she faces.

She enjoys traveling and loves to visit new places and learn new cultures. She is interested in photography, theater and dancing. In her free time, she enjoys practicing sports as well as cooking and spending time with her close relatives.

In her daily work, Pia combines her extensive experience in management and administration with her passion for conscious business and organizational culture change. She has a master’s degree in development studies from Uppsala University and a bachelor’s degree in social science from Stockholm University.

Throughout her upbringing, she lived in various contrasting countries of Northern Africa, Latin America and Scandinavia. This gave her vast experience interacting with people from different cultures, a sense of respect and curiosity for the foreign, and a valuable ability to adapt to new contexts. With her multicultural experience, she is fluent in Spanish, French, English, Swedish and Portuguese.

She began working in the world of management consulting 10 years ago. When joining Axialent, Pia found a home that represented both her personal and professional values and offered exciting opportunities working in a true global environment. She has been recognized in 2008 for her Commitment to Excellence and in 2012 for Client Centricity for her outstanding commitment to serve our clients and provide them with the best Axialent experience.

Pia worked in various areas such as the diagnostics department where she was in charge of administrating and delivering a high volume of quantitative and qualitative assessment tools to internal and external clients. She also worked in the sales and marketing department where she, among others, coordinated the translation of the website and the 10-year company celebration.

In 2013, she joined the project management team, specializing in European and global accounts with clients in industries such as financial services, telecommunications, retail and consumer goods, and government and nonprofit organizations. Among others, she is skilled in strategic and business planning and culture change processes. In 2017, she became certified in culture analysis by Axialent University; and in January 2018, she was appointed engagement manager.

She is currently based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In her free time, she enjoys training and dancing as well as spending time with family and friends.

Franco loves to help clients improve their business performance and global reach through a human and comprehensive approach, combining both quantitative and qualitative methods to succeed and grow. He flourishes working in dynamic environments with a global perspective, with colleagues of diverse cultures, and he learns from daily challenges and seeks to spread this feeling to colleagues and clients.

Franco holds an undergraduate degree in international affairs, during which he completed an exchange program in Washington, D.C. In 2011, Franco joined Axialent for the first time, managing projects in Brazil, Latin America’s largest market. Franco lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, as a child. He enjoys working closely with Brazilian clients and consultants and understands the local culture, challenges and opportunities.

After gaining professional experience in the e-commerce sector in Argentina, Franco felt it was time to deepen his international exposure and take his career to the next level. He moved to the United Kingdom and earned a Master of Science degree in international political economy from the London School of Economics. Franco then worked as an associate consultant for the Western Europe team of a global risk assessment, integrity and business intelligence consulting company. This experience further nurtured his international and multicultural spirit and strengthened his consulting sector knowledge and business acumen.

In 2017, Franco returned to Argentina with the objective of deploying his experience in a global organization. He rejoined Axialent as a project manager, working on cross-regional projects, to help fulfill his vision of building a bridge between business needs and a more human approach with sustainable practices. He currently helps a leading global social media company consolidate its Protagonist and Learner mindsets while improving business results as well as growing the project from a regional Latin America reach to a comprehensive global program.

In his free time, Franco enjoys traveling, playing sports, reading, meeting new people and spending time with family and friends.

Charlie has been related to Axialent since the beginning, supporting its growth and expansion in the different countries where Axialent is present through its subsidiaries. As a chief financial officer and director, he is responsible for all the accounting, financial, legal, tax, planning, management control and compliance processes, including all Axialent shareholder-related issues.

He graduated as an accountant and has a bachelor’s degree in administration from Universidad de Buenos Aires. He started his working career and professional training at Price Waterhouse Audit Department. Before joining Axialent, he was part of the team of strategic planning at Banco Bansud. Afterward, he served as administrative manager at Heller Financial Bank.

Charlie lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and enjoys traveling and cooking for his friends.

Constanza currently works as client engagement director the region of Argentina.

In her daily work, she combines her extensive experience in management and administration with her new passion as a consultant for organizational culture change and coach.

With more than 15 years of experience in multinational companies and telecommunications technology, she served as a leader in various positions: manager of business analysis, market manager of product, special projects manager and investor relations.

Connie began her career at MetroRED Argentina where she worked for six years in the commercial area and then was transferred to the subsidiary of Mexico. There she devoted herself to the development of business plans for new business, defining and implementing design projects and business models.

Back in Argentina, Connie decided to turn around her career and joined Axialent as business manager in Europe, with the idea of applying her business skills and also develop as a coach and consultant.

She was promoted to CFO the following year. In this role, she joined the company in its process of restructuring and change of leadership. Currently, she is responsible for market development in Argentina where she designed the strategy and sales process in the region, branding and management of P & L.

She has also served as facilitator and consultant on cultural projects with local customers. She has been trained as a coach. Connie has a degree in business administration from the Catholic University Argentina and has a graduate specialization in marketing from the University of San Andrés. She has been recognized as Employee of the Year several times and with the President’s Club Award in recognition of outstanding performance and commitment to the organization.

She was born in Buenos Aires and lives with her husband and two children. She enjoys cooking, skating, playing tennis and skiing.

 

Ekin runs programs to take leaders and teams to the next performance level. Her expertise includes leadership vevelopment, high performing teams and culture transformation with a systemic focus (Systems Theory). She is a certified coach by Axialent, and Conscious Business Center by Fred Kofman.

Her election to often navigate outside of her comfort zone has been an accelerator for growth throughout her life journey. She has ten years of experience accompanying leaders and teams on their development journey to boost effectiveness. Her clients include multinationals from the financial, social media, airline, and consumer goods industries.

Her 20+ years professional career also includes managerial roles for big brands such as Telefonica, Kellogg, and Ernst & Young in diverse countries. She has a unique set of skills that combines technical, business and human systems skills: She is an industrial engineer, with an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University, and a masters degree in systemic family therapy.

She is multicultural and multilingual. Currently, she lives in Mexico City with her family.

Sergio has marketing, communication and management background. He has more than 15 years of corporate experience mainly in the financial industry, where he worked in the sales and product areas at Citibank and Banco Galicia.

Upon his certification as an organizational coach, he began a new professional stage providing services to companies and individuals, focused on achieving two main goals: effectiveness and well-being. He has taught training programs in several Latin American countries, with the attendance of leaders of companies listed in Global Fortune 500 such as Shell, Exxon, General Motors, L’Oréal, Zurich, Deustche Bank, Accenture and MetLife, as well as leaders of other well-known international and Latin American companies such as Alcatel-Lucent, Price Waterhouse, Techint, Farmacity, Roggio, Telecom, Genesys, Telefé, Bagó, Total, Bunge, Walmart, McDonald’s, Tarjeta Naranja, Gasnor, Banco Supervielle, Banco Galicia, Banco Santander, Día, Mercado Libre, OSDE, Metrovías and Essen, among other companies.

Sergio gives lectures on his areas of expertise for different Latin American audiences. He is currently launching his first book “Somos lo que Conversamos” in different cities.

Horacio has broad experience in implementing changes and generating great impact on customer companies.

Horacio served as training management at Organización Techint, training hundreds of leaders and professionals for more than six years, within the context of complex change processes, mergers and acquisitions. More recently, Horacio was for almost a decade corporate manager of the human resources department of Grupo Clarín, leading the learning and change process and the executive remuneration practices.

As part of an integral change management strategy, Horacio promoted the application of the “Six Sigma” Process Improvement methodology at Grupo Clarín. To this end, he specialized and received a “Black Belt” from the Technological Institute of Buenos Aires (ITBA).

Horacio is the co-author of “Transformando,” a book on change experiences in Argentine corporations. He has also regularly contributed organizational learning content to MateriaBiz.com, a management and academic website. A professor of several postgraduate programs at different Argentine universities, he is currently professor of “Cultural Change and Organizational Learning” of the “Master in Organizational Coaching” program at the Universidad del Salvador.

Horacio holds a degree in industrial engineering from the University of Buenos Aires. He is a senior coach certified by the Technological Institute of Buenos Aires and of the LLC of Fred Kofman.

In his spare time, Horacio occasionally composes music and writes and performs in theater comedies.

Alejandra holds a degree in educational sciences and is a spiritual guide. For 18 years, she served as training and new project director at Santa María Spirituality Center.

After a longstanding career as educator, Alejandra decided to commence the coaching professional practice, combining her charisma and experience as a spiritual guide. From this practice, she leads the design and implementation of leadership and cultural transformation processes in corporate, social, educational and religious organizations. She facilitates awareness, value incarnation, communication, and personal and institutional crisis resolution processes. She also provides guidance and advice in regard to team building and consolidation.

She carried out cultural transformation and leadership development processes in the following companies: Falabella, Sodimac, CMR, Entel (Chile), Mi Banco (Perú), Farmacity, Cetelem, Tafilar (Uruguay), El Tejar, Mercado Libre, Wallmart, BBVA, YPF, Pluspetrol, Cloudgaia, Buenos Aires Ministry of Health, and other companies. She also guided the creation and development of teams and branches in several Latin American countries.

Alejandra is married and has four children. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, actively participates in her community, offers contemplative retreats, and guides people in finding the way to their heart.

In his work, Vito focuses on learning, change and organizational effectiveness. He gained much of his business knowledge working hands-on for more than a decade as a manager at Banco Río, Argentina, where he was responsible for the quality and productivity area, commercial operations and e-banking.

Vito holds a Bachelor of Science degree in public accounting from the University of Belgrano in Buenos Aires and a Master of Business Administration from the Instituto de Altos Estudios Empresariales (IAE). He graduated as an organizational coach in Leading Learning Communities (LLC) in Argentina. He also studied language ontology at the Newfield Network in Chile, where he became an ontological coach for personal and organizational change.

Vito’s passion for teaching led him to become an assistant professor of organizational structures at the Economic Science Faculty at the University of Belgrano in Buenos Aires. Vito works there as an instructor for the Leadership and Organizational Coaching Graduate Course and the Life, Freedom and Consciousness Program. In addition, he develops leadership programs for the University of Salvador.

Vito is currently involved in consulting, coaching and learning programs with companies such as Citibank, Microsoft, Standard Bank and Caja Laboral in Argentina, Chile and Spain.

A keynote speaker at various conferences organized by the Chilean institution Icare, he was distinguished as having the best evaluation in the 2005 Human Resources Convention.

An extremely active person, Vito balances his interest in reading and cinema with aerobics practice. Vito is married, has two sons and enjoys spending time with his family.