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Lee Ullmann
Director, MIT Sloan Latin America Office

As director of MIT Sloan’s Latin America Office, Lee Ullmann implements the overall strategy, planning, and development of activities for the school. Based in Santiago, Chile, he collaborates with local governments, universities, NGOs, and the private sector to extend MIT’s role and impact in Latin America. Lee joined MIT in 2012. His previous experience includes numerous positions in the field of education. He worked in higher education roles for the U.S. State Department in Chile, served as a faculty member at Columbia University, and worked as a consultant in the e-learning sector to help build artificial intelligence software for pharmaceutical companies and databases for museums and schools. He is a former Peace Corps volunteer (Ecuador) and a Fulbright Research Fellow (Turkey).

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David Capodilupo
Executive Director, MIT Sloan Global Programs

David Capodilupo has over 30 years of executive level experience across client services, process improvement, sales, and marketing with leading investment firms. His accomplishments range from process improvement/change management, project management, and team leadership within financial services and higher education. His Programs portfolio includes established collaborations with Master's Programs and academic institutions within Malaysia, China, Korea, Lisbon, India, Moscow, Turkey, Taiwan, and Brazil. David also initiated and manages the MIT Sloan Latin America Office in Santiago, Chile. He was appointed executive director of both the MBA and the Master of Science in Management Studies Programs prior to his managing MIT Sloan’s International Portfolios.

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Jacqueline Paris
Assistant Director, MIT Sloan Global Programs

As an assistant director in MIT Sloan Global Programs, Jacqueline manages the administrative, financial, and programmatic aspects of domestic and international conferences and other events sponsored by the office. She coordinates all conference logistics, manages constituent communications, books travel and accommodations, and prepares the post-conference report. She also creates event websites, invites people to participate, and promotes events through multiple channels. Jacqueline joined MIT Sloan in 2015 as a conference coordinator. Previously, she worked in MIT's School of Engineering as a communications assistant. She has several years of experience running large conferences across three continents.