Amparo Coterillo Pérez
Patroness and Vice President of the QUIRÓN & HIGEA Foundation.
Diploma in Schoolteaching, specialty in English Philology from the University of Cantabria, 1985, and Degree of Social and Cultural Anthropology from UNED, 2013.
Since 2011, she has been a manager of european projects at DOCUMENTA, the European Institute of Studies for Training and Development, with experience in the design and implementation of european projects and strategic plans.
She specializes in educational innovation projects for lifelong learning, improvement of the quality of teaching in professional and occupational training, orientation and job intermediation for the inclusion and employability of vulnerable collectives, as well as social inclusion and the exercise of active citizenship through culture.