My interest on the value of human and psychological capital led me to study Organizational Psychology at IE University in an international environment that let me benefit from my years of language studies at UK and Canada. At the same time, studying in a prestigious business school as IE motivated me to take simultaneously a Minor in business Administration.
Over the four years at university, I combined my studies with a collaboration with the admissions department of my university, where I become the coordinator of the ambassadors’ team. In this role, I started to be familiarized with administrative work and commercialization and marketing strategies, while she was in charge of event planning and the coordination of a team of more than 80 ambassadors.
It was in the fourth year of my degree when I chose Coaching and Positive Psychology as my specialization as a way to connect my major in Organizational Psychology with the clinical side of Psychology.
A few months before my graduation, I was selected to join as a technician the Benchmarking Club of the HR Center of IE Business School. In this position, I worked in the evaluation of the performance of more than 100 HR departments that are interested in knowing better the strengths and weaknesses of their management. The HR Center analyzes more than 370 indicators that are clustered in 17 areas of study: work environment, selection, compensation and benefits, talent management, work-life balance, professional development, etc. I was in contact to more than three hundred managers with the aim to evaluate the performance of their companies and to look for innovative solutions to the challenges and new trends in the HR area. In addition, my responsibilities extended to the technical direction of the “Premios Emprendedores y Empleo” organized by Diario Expansión in collaboration with IE Business School.
Once I got my Psychology Degree with a Minor in Business Administration and my specialization in Coaching and Positive Psychology, I decided to continue my academic education with the Master in Clinical Psychology. This new specialization in the area of clinical psychology led me to SINEWS where I was accepted to do my internship after a demanding selection process. After a long time of hard work and dedication, I was invited to joint the team. My main area of work is offering psychological support to expats who are having difficulties during this life stage.
I’m currently coordinating the In Company Services at SINEWS.