Word of the Titans: this was the selection of the finalists in the Health and Wellbeing category | Colombia

The program Word of Titans reveals how has been the selection process of the finalists of Snail Titans 2021 in the different categories. In its first installment, the protagonists have been 8 pre-selected titans among more than 195 registered in the Health and Well-being category. They appeared before a jury that, after listening to them, chose the 5 nominees.

In the Health and Wellbeing category of Snail Titans It seeks to recognize people who have worked permanently in health and prevention in order to promote physical, mental and social well-being to people, so that they can lead a healthy life.

Meet the juries in charge of selecting the finalists:

Alicia Margarita Ramos: Deputy Director of Corporate Reputation at Coosalud and Director of Fundación Contigo. Social communicator with a master’s degree in Journalism and Communication from the Complutense University of Madrid, with advanced studies in Strategy and Negotiation at The University of Michigan. High studies in Management and Strategic Leadership from the Universidad de Los Andes. Fifteen years of experience in the field of communications and institutional relations. Performance in project management to improve and sustain corporate reputation, as well as the establishment of social programs to intervene in the determinants of health.

Claudia Patricia Vaca González: Master in Pharmaceutical and Pharmacoepidemiology, as well as in Clinical Effectiveness. Founder and head of the Think tank “Medicines, information and power”, at the National University of Colombia. High-level technical advisor and policymaker in public health. Member of the WHO expert committee on drug safety.

Sergio Silva: editor of Science, Health and Environment of the newspaper El Espectador. He has a master’s degree in Latin American Studies from the University of Salamanca and a professor at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. In 2017, he won the Simón Bolívar award in the Reporting category and, in 2014, he received the Amway Award for Environmental Journalism. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Public Health at the University of Los Andes.

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