Laura Malo Yague

Laura Malo is currently a candidate in the Full-Time Master of Science in Sustainability Management at Columbia University in collaboration with the acclaimed Earth Institute. She was graduated in Industrial Technical Engineering - Industrial Electronics, in Spain, and has more than seven years of professional experience working as Product and Project Manager. 

In 2016, Laura moved to New York City, to take advantage of the U.S. offer related to Sustainability and CSR training, experience and knowledge.

She has recently finished an Advanced Diploma at the New York University (NYU) in Monitoring and Evaluation (Project Management for the United Nations, Government and Non-profits). Recent coursework includes Corporate Responsibility Strategy, Human Rights, GHG emissions inventories and mitigation, Consumerism and Impact Investment.

Laura collaborated as a volunteer in the work of the NGO Ingeniería Sin Fronteras (“Engineering Without Borders”) in Spain and has held the presidency for the last three years. She has been participating in sustainability and development projects focused on environmental problems, climate change and taking responsibility of our planet’s health, trying to do things better.

Laura is now focused on redirecting her professional career towards opportunities in Corporate Responsibility, Sustainability Strategies, and Climate change.

(Update: February 2018)

 

When they were collaborating with G&A Institute:

Laura Malo graduated from ‘Escuela de Ingeniería y Arquitectura de la Universidad de Zaragoza’, in Industrial Technical Engineering - Industrial Electronics, with a Diploma in Business Management from IE Business School. In 2016, Laura moved to New York City, and took advantage of the US offer related to Sustainability and CSR training, experience and knowledge. She has recently finished an Advance Diploma at the New York University (NYU) in Monitoring and Evaluation (Project Management for UN, Government and Non-profits) in addition to other courses on Corporate Social Responsibility and Impact Investing.

Laura collaborated as a volunteer in the NGO Ingeniería Sin Fronteras (Engineering Without Borders) in Spain and has held the presidency for the last three years. She has been participating in sustainability and development projects focused on environmental problems, climate change and taking responsibility of our planet’s health, trying to do things better.

The more Laura learns about this field the more she is interested in it. She has successfully combined her job as engineer with her passion to try to improve the world.

Laura is now focused on redirecting her professional career towards CSR and sustainability strategies to improve the accountability of market and industry process and development.

Laura Malo Yague

Honor Roll 2017 

 

Email: laumaloyag@gmail.com

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