Constanza Gomez Mont

Constanza is a mechanism design strategist and entrepreneur working at the intersection of society, emerging technologies, and biodiversity conservation. She is focused on designing and leading organizations and initiatives focused on multi-sector strategies and transformations. She focuses on harnessing the potential of disruptive technologies, such as AI and digital tokens, and models of collective intelligence to amplify social and environmental impact. For the last 16 years, she has taken the role of a social entrepreneur, founding C Minds, a pioneering action-tank in Latin America, and the global initiative AI for Climate, focused on creating awareness and policy action on how emerging technologies can amplify climate solutions, among other ventures. Her trajectory has enabled her to be an advisor and partner to governments and multilateral organizations such as the InterAmerican Development Bank, Microsoft, Meta, Google, Huawei, and United Nations. Moreover, she has led diverse high-level global processes such as the codevelopment of the first AI ethics global agreement led by UNESCO and was invited to Chair the AI for Humanity Global Future Forum of the World Economic Forum, among others.