Assistant Professor of the INCAE Business School, she teaches courses on Organizational Change, Sustainable Development and Corporate Social Responsibility. Academic Director of the Central American Healthcare Initiative (CAHI).
Case readers are encouraged to characterize CSU-CCA social programs and to play the role of Manuel Zuñiga, Corporate Affairs Department Head and Social Responsibility Committee member, who, at an upcoming meeting, would have to recommend which social ventures to support and which not to.know more
Nutrivida was a social business created by an alliance between Florida Ice & Farm Co (FIFCO), a Costa Rican beer company, Yunus Social Business (YSB), an organization founded by Professor Muhammad Yunus, founder of Grameen Bank (the “bank to the poor”) and Peace Nobel laureate. This new social enterprise intended to fight malnutrition, focusing specially […]know more
AMÓS Health and Hope was a Nicaraguan non-governmental organization (NGO) founded in 2007 to empower rural communities to establish their health needs and develop action plans to solve them. It also supported these communities, following up on their plans and providing guidance to execute the actions planned. Dr. Laura Chanchien Parajón, AMÓS´ Medical Director and […]know more
Tecnosol was a Nicaraguan solar power company founded by Vladimir Delagneau in 1998. Moved by his experience during the civil war in Northern Nicaragua, he returned to the capital determined to provide solar energy solutions to an immense rural population with limited or no access to electricity. In almost 20 years, his firm grew to […]know more