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Ministry of National Assets
This ministry’s mission is to recognize, administer and the heritage that belongs to the Chilean people; to register small, privately owned plots of land; to keep an updated graphic survey of state-owned land; and to coordinate with other State entities on territorial matters, placing high value on the country’s natural and historical heritage.
Julio Isamit holds a law degree from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
As a member of the National Institute’s Student Council, he was a leader of the 2006 student movement in Chile. He presided over Fundación Chile Siempre from 2007 to 2011 and became the Director of Instituto ResPública in 2012, later serving as President of the entity until 2016.
He earned a law degree in 2013, becoming the first in his family to graduate from college. That same year he received the Universidad Católica Spirit Award for his commitment to Chile’s development.
Isamit taught history of law at Universidad Autónoma de Chile in 2016 and 2017 while working as an attorney and researcher with Instituto ResPública.
In 2017, he created the Republicans for Chile Movement and served as its General Coordinator. That same year, he joined the Chile Vamos Political Council and actively worked on Sebastián Piñera’s presidential campaign.
He served as Cabinet Chief for the Minister Secretary General of the Presidency from March 2018 to October 2019, when he was appointed National Assets Minister, becoming the youngest Chilean minister since the return to democracy.
Mr. Pillado holds a law degree from Universidad de Concepción. During the first administration of President Sebastián Piñera, he served as national sub-director of the National Youth Institute (Instituto Nacional de la Juventud, INJUV). Later he worked as a legislative advisor in the Senate.
He was the national president of the Unión Demócrata Independiente (UDI) political party’s youth organization and in 2011 was included on the list of “100 Young Leaders of Chile” published in El Sábado magazine of the El Mercurio newspaper.
From April 2018 to November 2019, Álvaro Pillado served as director of the Division of Social Organizations (DOS) of the General Secretariat of the Government. In November 2019, President Sebastián Piñera appointed him National Assets Undersecretary.