Allison Silva was a Fellow of the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) of the United States Department of State. Within the scope of entrepreneurship, technology, and education she participated in the Workshop of Social Entrepreneurs of INCAE – VIVA, Costa Rica. She also participated in Leading Education of the FormarHub network. She was a Fellow of the Global Competitiveness Leadership Program at Georgetown University.
She currently directs the “PLEI Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program” and directs the “2 Day Bolivia Emprende” workshops with a focus on the use of technological tools. To date more than 450 entrepreneurs have been trained. She has led the Global Leadership and Competitiveness Program with coverage in La Paz and Santa Cruz, has graduated 250 young Bolivian leaders.
Former columnist of the Semanario Nueva Economía, she was part of different panels of jury in different competitions related to experimental and technological startups in Bolivia. Exhibitor in topics related to the creation and execution of digital marketing strategies, technology, and business management tools for entrepreneurs.
Invited as an advisor to national and international events as an adviser, facilitator, mentor, and speaker on topics of technology, gender, education, and entrepreneurship.