Consultant specialized in Gender and Public Procurement for the Inter-American Development Bank and Open Contracting
Trinidad led for more than 5 years Chilecompra, the Chilean public institution that manages the platform through which public agencies, both central and decentralized make their purchases, with more than 114,000 suppliers participating. During her tenure, she implemented a programme to promote the participation of women in public procurement, achieving a 25% increase in the amounts traded by women entrepreneurs and created the “Sello Mujer” to certify and identify women-led companies s as a key public policy for the economic empowerment of women.
From 2015 to 2017, she was also the President of the Interamerican Government Procurement Network comprising governmental institutions, represented by the national directors of the 33 countries.
Trinidad holds a law degree and an LL.M. in Public Law, with distinction at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. She also holds a Diploma in Public Management from Universidad de Chile and a Diploma of Private Management from the Pontificia Universidad Católica of Chile.
She is also a lecturer in public procurement and anti-corruption policies at different universities in Chile and Colombia.
Currently, Trinidad works as a consultant specialized in Gender and Public Procurement for the Inter-American Development Bank and Open Contracting.