Lee Ullmann
Director, MIT Sloan Latin America Office

Lee Ullmann has held numerous positions in the field of education. Most recently he was the face of higher education for the U.S. State Department in Chile. Prior to that, Lee was on the faculty at Columbia University. He has also worked as a consultant in the e-learning sector where he helped build artificial intelligence software for pharmaceutical companies and databases for museums and schools.

David Capodilupo
Executive Director, MIT Office of International Programs

David Capodilupo's Program's portfolio includes established collaborations with masters programs and academic institutions within Malaysia, China, Korea, Lisbon, India, Moscow, Turkey, Taiwan, and Brazil. David also initiated and manages the MIT Sloan Latin America Office in Santiago, Chile. David was appointed executive director of the MBA and Masters of Management Studies Programs prior to his managing MIT Sloan’s International Portfolios.

Jacqueline Paris
Conference Coordinator, MIT Sloan Office of International Programs

Jacqueline Paris is the conference coordinator of the MIT Sloan Office of International Programs. In her current role, Jacqueline is responsible for coordinating the administrative, financial, and programmatic aspects of events and conferences sponsored by the OIP.


Claudia Alvarado
Conference Coordinator, Universidad de Chile

Claudia Alvarado is a conference coordinator at the Universidad de Chile. Claudia has more than 20 years of experience in managing different business units and teams. Her expertise lies in the design, implementation, and evaluation of new business and projects, as well as in the development of strategies for brand positioning and cost management. Prior to her current position, Claudia worked for 16 years at the Faculty of Engineering of Universidad de Chile, a year at the Faculty of Engineering of Universidad San Sebastián (Santiago, Chile), four years in the Ministry of Public Works of Chile, and a private company of food delivering to 200,000 scarce resources’ children through Junaeb (under the Ministry of Education of Chile). She graduated Universidad de Chile with a degree in industrial civil engineering and received her postgraduate in marketing decisional.