Lala Lovera has been working in the public sector (social work) for 15 years focusing mainly on childhood, youth and motherhood.
She has been a member of the board of directors for non-profit entities hoping to create alliances and sustainable intervention models.
As the founder, in Colombia, of FUNDACIÓN COMPARTE POR UNA VIDA, she is committed to the implementation of solutions that bring stability and a potential return back for the Venezuelan migrant population, being part of multidisciplinary NGOs, the private and public sector, media and more.
Before being the head of FUNDACIÓN COMPARTE POR UNA VIDA, COLOMBIA she worked, for more than 7 years, coordinating and guiding teams and programs for rights’ restitution to kids growing under the Colombian system, focused especially on adoptions and pregnant mothers at la Casa de la Madre y El Niño.
She has extensive experience leading and participating in volunteering activities with public and students, starting with the fundraising, followed by sessions and working on the field with beneficiaries.
Lala obtained an Education degree in Caracas, Venezuela and has continued her studies in areas such as international cooperation, social responsibility in companies, and management of social projects.
Currently, she is working to provide nutrition for school-aged kids and gestating mothers affected by the Venezuelan exodus in Colombia, especially in Cúcuta and Cartagena, with the intention of expanding into Bogotá and Medellin.
Lala Lovera is a Venezuelan that has been living in Colombia for the past 10 years.