Ana María Llopis
Chairwoman at DIA
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Ana María Llopis is the Chairwoman for the supermarket chain Dia, the founder of OpenBank and the CEO of ideas4all, a company she founded in 2008.
She holds a Ph.D. cum laude from the University of California Berkeley in Materials Engineering and a degree in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Maryland.
After being director of companies such as Procter & Gamble, Banesto or Schweppes, he begun in the creation of Openbank, becoming part of the ABN Amro Supervisory Board. Until April 2011.
After this she was the director of British American Tobacco,a year after she was the president at DIA Supermarkets,at the same time she was working at IBEX 35 company.
She is also one of the directors of Société GénéraleGlobal and a member of the board for José Félix Llopis Foundation.
Llopis supports women roles in a company, she believes that women positions should not be a result of equal shares, but a result of their value. To find new ideas from different points of view and with different life experiences, which is why it is committed to promote gender equality
In 2007, she received the International Women's Forum Award and in 2013 the Internet Award for professional career, granted by the Internet Users Association (AUI).
Director of Engineering, Google. Chairman, Kurzweil Technologies
Director of Global Indicators Group at the World Bank Group.
Business leader in the retail sector
President of El Corte Inglés (2014-2018)
Founder and CEO of Hanson Robotics and Creator of Sophia the Robot.
Expert on the Digital Revolution
Director of Marketing at Eastman Kodak (2006-2010)
Worldwide Marketing Director at Apple (2005-2009)
Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Whole Foods Market