Pablo is one of the three founders of Enseña por Colombia. He spent the last two years as board member and was highly involved in Enseña’s 2013 growth. Prior to co-founding Enseña por Colombia, Pablo spent four years at the Colombian government working in the Office of the President, the poverty alleviation strategy “Juntos,” and the National Planning Department. He also co-founded Volunteers Colombia, an NGO that places American volunteers in underserved communities to teach English. His work led Pablo to become so passionate about education that he left the government for the education nonprofit world. Pablo has been Volunteers Colombia CEO since 2012 and has managed to bring more than 500 American volunteers to underprivileged schools, partnering with the central government (including the Ministry of Education), local governments, and other education institutions. Pablo has a Master’s in Public Administration (MPA) from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and a B.A. and M.A. in Economics from LMU Munich University in Germany. He was a scholarship recipient of Colfuturo and of the Global Competitiveness Leadership Program at Georgetown University. Since 2013, Pablo has served on the board of SOS Children’s Villages Colombia, a nonprofit organization that provides homes for orphaned and abandoned children.