Leo Martellotto, President, JA Americas

JA Americas reaches more than 1.2 million students across 32 countries each year in Latin  America, the Caribbean, and Canada. Leonardo leads this network and is responsible for setting the strategic direction of an organization with more than 45,000 volunteers and 5,000 businesses and partners across the region. A native of Cordoba, Argentina, Leonardo began his career with Junior Achievement as an intern at the Cordoba chapter and quickly rose to become its Executive Director. During his four years leading JA Cordoba, the program rapidly expanded to reach over 75,000 students in 60 locations and recruited 35,000 volunteers from more than 200 sponsors.

Leonardo graduated from the National University of Cordoba and is currently attending the Harvard Business School Program for Leadership Development. He has been featured on CNN en Espanol with Ismael Cala and has participated as panelist during the "Eliminating the Skills Gap" session at the 2015 World Economic Forum Latin America.