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Podcast "Voces por
la salud"

Madres Extraordinarias

Roche
Salud Mujer

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SPEAKERS

María Camila Díaz Roa

María Camila Díaz Roa works as Director of La W Radio on weekends. She’s a journalist with more than 12 years of experience in radio, television and digital media.

She has worked as a reporter in the main media in the country: Rcn Radio, Blu Radio, Caracol Television and she joined the W Radio working table 4 years ago.

She was Press Officer for two political campaigns for the presidency.

Currently, she moderates events and forums for PRISA Group.

Julio Teixeira

Born in Campinas (SP), Brazil, he completed a degree in Medicine at the University of Campinas (Unicamp) in 1989 and a residency in Gynecology and Obstetrics with an extension to Gynecology Oncology and Mastology at Unicamp (1990-1993). Graduated in Pelvic Surgery at the Hospital A.C. Camargo Cancer Center (Sao Paulo) and in Mastology at the Tumor Institute in Milan (Italy) in 1993.

Gabriela León Gutiérrez

Gabriela was born in Mexico, she is Co-founder and CEO of Gresmex S.A. de C.V. and Inmolecule International UK. She graduated from the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana with an Industrial Biochemical Engineering degree and has more than 100 patents in the world and 7 registered trademarks in more than 60 countries.

Marieli Alfonzo

Marieli has been part of Roche Colombia since September 2020. She leads the transformation process of the company's pharmaceutical operation in the country, applying a totally customer- and patient-centric approach, working from innovation and access to health with a portfolio of advanced medicines in therapeutic areas such as oncology, orphan diseases and neurosciences.

Fabián Sandoval

Dr. Fabian Sandoval, President & CEO of Emerson Clinical Research Institute, has over 25 years of bench to bedside research experience. His diversified research career has been in academia, healthcare systems and the public sector. He received his Bachelors of Science in molecular and cellular biology from Marymount University, and his Doctorate of Medicine from the Autonomous University of Guadalajara.

Fernanda Rivera

Nurse-Midwife from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, currently a Master's candidate in Primary Health Care Management at Universidad Andrés Bello. Before joining Roche, she worked in women's health in Primary Care in a public health service, then in an Oncology service in the private sector and as a teacher of Nursing-Obstetrics in her alma mater, mainly in the area of obstetrics and gynecology at the primary health care level.

Marianne Hutt

Marianne is a scientist, entrepreneur and speaker on topics such as innovation in health, start-ups and female empowerment. She’s the leader of the STEM project that drives innovations in health technology towards social impact.
Marianne obtained a Master's degree from the INCAE business school and also a Master's degree in Oncology with a focus on molecular biology and genetics from the University of Paris-Sud, France, and a Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience from Dickinson College in Pennsylvania, United States.

Candela Cabrera

Magister Candela Cabrera: She has a Degree in Psychology from the University of Buenos Aires.
Magister of the University of Buenos Aires in Community Social Psychology. She obtained a Master's Scholarship in Science and Technology from the University of Buenos Aires (UBACyT).

Luciana Becquart

Luciana Becquart is a Sociologist, Political Scientist and a Master in Public Opinion from Diego Portales University with experience in digital transformation, articulating the public and private sectors based on the needs of the industry (health, manufacturing, smart cities, astro-informatics, among others).

Rolf Hoenger

In his role as Area Head for Roche Pharma Latin America, Rolf contributes to regional strategic efforts to advance access to quality healthcare and drive the transformation of health systems towards a more personalized, people-centered approach to care.

María Fernanda Navarro

Maria Fernanda is a medical surgeon from Pontificia Javeriana University with a Master in Public Health, Health Management and Policy from Harvard University. She has more than 20 years of executive experience in high complexity hospital services including the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and international organizations such as City Cancer Challenge.

Carolina Goic Boroevic

Carolina is a Social Worker and Master in Applied Economics from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.
She is a former Senator for the Region of Magallanes y La Antarctica Chilena, Member of Parliament in two electoral periods, she was a candidate for the Presidency of the Republic.

Susan Horton

Susan Horton is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. She received her BA in economics from Cambridge University, and her PhD in economics from Harvard University.

Indyra Oropeza

Indyra Oropeza, 29 years old, was born in Cajamarca, Peru and was diagnosed with CML in 2013. She is currently facing an orphan disease related to her bone marrow transplant. Indyra is a law student, TED speaker, writer of the Best Seller in Peru "Con L de Leukemia" published by Editorial Planeta.

Lucely del Carmen Cetina Pérez

Medical Surgeon, Medical Internist and Medical Oncologist. Lucely is a Master in Medical Sciences, and a Doctor in Biological and Health Sciences. She is responsible for the Integral Program for the Care of Locally Advanced and Metastatic Cervical Cancer (MICAELA) at the National Cancer Institute.

Marina Rojo

Marina is a medical doctor graduated from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA), Master in Public Health (UBA) and Master in Health Informatics at the Italian Hospital of Buenos Aires. She has more than 15 years of experience in the design, execution and evaluation of projects for the transformation of health systems and training of human resources in health.

Liliana La Rosa

Liliana Del Carmen La Rosa Huertas, former Minister of State in the Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion of Peru and National Dean of the College of Nurses of Peru. She has worked as a temporary consultant in 16 Latin American countries for various international organizations.

Elizabeth Odio Benito

For decades, Elizabeth Odio has worked with a focus on human rights, freedom and justice, particularly in the defense of women's rights around the world. Her career includes international appointments as a judge of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, the International Criminal Court (ICC), and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY).

Bettina Zimmermann

Bettina Zimmermann, is General Manager of Roche Farma Peru, a leader in health transformation and innovation, with a focus on emerging markets. She has more than 10 years in the pharmaceutical industry, promoting equal opportunities and equitable access agendas, achieving a positive impact on people's lives.

Lizbeth Acuña Merchán

Lizbeth has a PhD in Health Economics, a Master's in Epidemiology and a Master's in government and public management for Latin America. She has complementary studies in quality improvement in health organizations from the Harvard School of Public Health, evaluation of health technologies, studies in high government, managerial leadership, strategic innovation and public innovation.

MANIFIESTO

Como hermana, amiga, madre, pareja, abuela, mentora, profesional.
Las mujeres, en todas las culturas y por todo el mundo, siempre nos hemos preocupado y ocupado del cuidado de la salud de los otros.
De esta forma, muchas veces hemos relegado nuestro autocuidado.
A esto se suma que el sistema médico no tiene las herramientas para representarnos como necesitamos.
Esto debe cambiar, podemos cambiarlo. Hoy puede ser el comienzo de otra historia.
Una en la que las mujeres podamos tener las mismas oportunidades que los hombres, tener igual acceso, igual atención, igual tratamiento.
Que dejemos de ser invisibles.
Queremos ser parte de la construcción de un sistema donde las palabras mujer, salud e igualdad se escriban en la misma oración.

CAMBIEMOS EL FUTURO.
HAGAMOS HISTORIA.