Carmen Rosa Graham Ayllón de Espinoza

President at Women Corporate Directors Peru

Carmen Rosa Graham Ayllón de Espinoza

Carmen Rosa Graham Ayllón de Espinoza

President at Women Corporate Directors Peru

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Women Corporate Directors Peru
Ibm De Bolivia
IBM del Peru SA

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133

Number of Boards

18

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Former Prime Minister of Peru

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President at Asociación de Cámaras de Comercio Binacionales

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Former Chief Executive Officer at Camposol Holding Plc

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Chairman & President at Ferreycorp SA

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Chairman, Manager-Commercial & Administration at Agrícola Don Ricardo SAC

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Former Chairman at Aceros y Techos SA

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Chief Executive Officer at Intercorp Financial Services, Inc.

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Chief Executive Officer at Austral Group SAA

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Partner at Cuatrecasas, Gonçalves Pereira SLP

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Chief Financial Officer at Generación del Pacífico Grupo SL

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Carmen Rosa Graham Ayllón de Espinoza
President at Women Corporate Directors Peru
Education
Bachelor's in Business Administration

Leading Business University in Peru

Career History
President
2009 - Current
Chief Executive Officer
2004 - 2005
Chief Executive Officer
2004 - 2005

IBM del Peru SA, part of International Business Machines Corp., is a Peruvian company that develops computer solutions through the use of advanced information technology.

Boards & Committees
Independent Director
2015 - Current

CAMPOSOL is an agro-industrial company that began operating in 1997 when it purchased the first land in the La Libertad region located in the north of Peru 600 km from Lima. In that same year more land was acquired in the Chavimochic Special Project by means of a public auction. The Chavimochic irrigation project supplied water to more than 47,000 hectares of desert on the northern coast of Peru, generating more than US$ 1,000 million in investment. At present, as a consequence of this project, more than 15,000 hectares have been developed in its zone of influence by several private companies. CAMPOSOL established its headquarters in the Chavimochic zone, where its first agricultural operations began. En 1998 the company began to acquire and develop land in the zone of Piura with 2,800 hectares in this first stage. At the end of 1999 agro-industrial exports were initiated. These are still processed today in the Chao industrial complex, located in the Viru Province of La Libertad. La vision and the commitment of everyone involved in the objectives of the company resulted in CAMPOSOL rapidly becoming the leading agro-industrial company in Peru, annually occupying the first place in agro-exports and generating approximately 7,000 work positions directly and more than 10,000 jobs directly during the high production seasons. Today the company has more than 25,000 hectares in the zones of Chao, Viru and Piura, land located in the La Libertad and Piura regions in northern Peru. The CAMPOSOL agro-industrial complex consists of six processing plants three of which are for preserved products, two for fresh and one for frozen products. Additionally the company owns a fruit packing company (mangos, grapes and others) and participates as partner in a similar operation in Piura. In 2006, CAMPOSOL founded Marinazul with which it began an aquaculture business producing and exporting prawns in the Tumbes region, located in the extreme north of Peru. This company has grown consistently ever since becoming the leader in the country occupying today more than 600 operating hectares, as well as having the most modern pr5ivate biotechnology research and development installations in the Peru. In this way the company is investing in research and development by creating Bio Tec that aims to be the most important private laboratory for aquaculture, fishing and agro-industry in Latin America. In 2009, Camposol worked successfully on the revision of its plans and strategies with the objective of adapting to the new market conditions. As a result, CAMPOSOL has decided to concentrate on increasing its avocado crop and introducing new products such as the red table grape, mandarin oranges and other fruit. In this way the company is focused on increasing efficiency and diversification in its operations, as well as in the research and development of its existing what it produces and additionally of new products. At present, Camposol is the largest exporter of asparagus in the world and is heading to become the largest producer of avocado on the planet. Additionally it has 2,634 hectares of asparagus and 2454hectares of avocado. The company has also planted 531 hectares of sweet pepper, 451 hectares of grapes, 415 hectares of mangos and 101 hectares of mandarin oranges. Camposol also successfully finalized the Yakuy Minka Project (7-A), the largest private irrigation program in Peru, that will permit the irrigation of 1,500 hectares in the first stage and 2,000 more in a second stage. As a more mature company, Camposol is orienting its efforts towards innovation and biotechnological research. At the same time, Camposol is looking to increasing its skills in the marketing programs by means of an ever greater international presence as well as alliances with companies that have great experience, leadership and coverage in important markets around the world. Given the performance it has had in the last decade and the growing preference of consumers for quality food that contributes to good health, the company can look towards the future with optimism, supported fundamentally on the solidarity of its operations, the professionalism of its collaborators and its goof corporate practices.

Independent Director
2014 - Current

Union de Cervecerias Peruanas Backus y Johnston SAA engages in manufacturing, packaging, sale and distribution of beer, liquors, soft drinks and carbonated water. It also engages in investing in securities of domestic or foreign companies; exploitation of agricultural property; the sale, processing, marketing and export of agricultural products; and the provision of advisory services in related activities. The company was founded on January 17, 1879 and is headquartered in Lima, Peru.

Director
2014 - Current

Camposol SA engages in harvesting, processing, and marketing of agricultural products. It offers avocados, blueberries, shrimp, mandarins, grapes, and mangos, which are exported to key markets in Europe, United States of America, and Asia. The company was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Lima, Peru.

Director
Prior

Peruvian American Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit company headquartered in the United States involved in business associations.

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