Carolina Ferrer has been working at the World Bank since 2011, where she has been primarily involved in the analysis and implementation of projects in the area of Gender Equality and Development in Latin America and the Caribbean based Washington DC. Currently, she is based in Madrid and she continues to work as a World Bank Consultant mainstreaming gender in energy development projects in African countries. After completing her Master’s degree in International Relations, Carolina worked in other organizations, such as the Council of the EU, The German Marshall Fund of the US, and the Inter-American Development Bank. She has also worked in representations of Spain abroad such as the Permanent Representation of Spain to the EU and the Permanent Mission of Spain to the United Nations, mainly in the areas of Foreign policy, Diplomatic and Institutional relations, Communication and Knowledge management. Carolina is an Associate professor at the IE University in the areas of Gender Equality, Development, Foreign Aid, Social entrepreneurship and Project Management.