Sergio has worked in both the public and private sectors for over three years. In 2005, he joined the Salesian Society to work in the Juan Bosco Obrero Center as a business development coordinator for the Office of Entrepreneurship, and is currently working there as a consultant. This social sector organization works with the most vulnerable populations in Bogotá, located in the most depressed and dangerous city sector, known as Ciudad Bolívar. Sergio assists with the formation, creation and support of entrepreneurship initiatives of vulnerable populations, fundraising and project planning for community development programs, and the political empowerment of young people. Prior to working with the Salesian Society, Sergio was a strategic analyst at the National Ministry of Defense where he helped write intelligence reports about the socio-economic consequences of the Colombian conflict. He has been invited to speak at several conferences, most recently at the Young Population and Productivity Issues Forum in Bogotá in 2006. Sergio was a member of the Local Productive Chamber in Cuidad Bolívar and the Student Superior Council at the Universidad del Rosario. Sergio holds a B.A. in international relations from the Universidad del Rosario in Bogotá.
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