Generadoras de Chile
Claudio Seebach is an Industrial Electrical Engineer from the Catholic University of Chile with a Master of Science in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University. He has worked in the public and private sector, academia and civil society, in a broad range of areas, from public management, government reform, education, public private partnership, poverty, infrastructure to climate change and energy. He currently leads Generadoras de Chile, the business association of Chilean electricity generators, as its Executive Chairman. He is also cofounder of Enseña Chile (part of the Teach for All network); Elige Educar; the B company Próxima Servicios; and the infrastructure developer Nueva Vía. He is member of the council of SOFOFA; ambassador of Hay Mujeres and member of the advisory councils of the School of Government of the Catholic University of Chile and the Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies (COES) and member of Presidential Advisory Committee of COP25. He has served as Head of the Interministerial Coordination Division in Chile’s Ministry of the Presidency; Executive Director of the Public Policy Center at the Catholic University of Chile; Executive Secretary of the Consortium for Government Reform in Chile; advisor in the cabinet of the Minister of Public Works, Transport and Telecommunication; and as the National Director of the NGO Un Techo para Chile. He is a Fulbright Scholar and has received several awards and recognitions in social entrepreneurship, leadership and academics. He has also a long-time experience as explorer and mountaineer in rock climbing, sea kayaking and ski mountaineering expeditions in Patagonia, Yosemite Valley, the Chilean and Peruvian Andes and the Alps.