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Alberto van Klaveren Stork


Alberto van Klaveren Stork holds a Degree in Legal Sciences from the Universidad de Chile, a Master of Arts in International Studies from the University of Denver, United States, and a Doctorandus in Political Science from the Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands.

With extensive experience in the academic world, he has worked in research on International Relations, Comparative Foreign Policy, Chilean Foreign Policy and International Law.

Until his appointment as Foreign Affairs Minister, he served as director of the International Legal and Economic Relations Academic Unit in the Institute of International Studies at the Universidad de Chile.

He was also Chile’s Ambassador to the European Union, Belgium and Luxembourg between 2001 and 2006, Foreign Affairs Undersecretary between 2006 and 2009, and agent of the State of Chile before The Hague for the claim filed against the country by Peru. He is an independent.


Gloria de la Fuente González's portrait

Gloria de la Fuente González


Gloria de la Fuente González holds a Degree in Political Science from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and a PhD in Social Sciences from the Universidad de Chile. She has taught in various universities in the country on matters related to transparency and quality of democracy.

She has worked as a consultant for the Council for Transparency, EUROsociAL and the Network for Transparency and Access to Public Information (RTA). She has also worked as project director at Chile Transparente, the Chilean chapter of Transparencia Internacional, and was on the board of directors of Fundación Proacceso.

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Claudia Sanhueza Riveros


Claudia Sanhueza holds a doctorate in economics from the University of Cambridge, and a master’s in economics, economic growth and international economics and a master’s in business from the Universidad de Chile.

She was founder and director of the Centre for Economics and Social Policy, associate researcher at the Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies (COES), world fellow of the World Inequality Lab, and director of Saberes Colectivos.

She served as president of the Provisional Advisory Council in 2014, and she was a member of the CASEN Panel of Experts between 2015 and 2017.

She has been a member of the board of directors of the National Foundation for Overcoming Poverty and the Laboratory for Research and Innovation in Education for Latin America and the Caribbean (SUMMA), as well as part of various presidential committees, such as Labor and Equity, Pension Reform, Multidimensional Poverty Measurement, COVID-19 Support Policy, and Growth and Tax System.