Alejandro Hoyos Guerrero
Alejandro Hoyos Guerrero is a Senior Transport Specialist in the World Bank´s Transport and ICT Global Practice. He works on urban transport projects mainly in the Latin America and the Caribbean Region. Alejandro is passionate about how to maximize the sustainability and impact of transport projects from various perspectives. Among others, design and implementation of national urban transport programs, structuring of Metro and BRT projects and reform of bus systems, private participation in urban transport, intelligent transport systems and electric buses. He is passionate about the challenge of maximizing the sustainability and impact of transportation projects. He received an LL.M. and a BA in Economics from Carlos III University of Madrid complemented by a MA in international business administration funded by ICEX. He joined the Bank as an Operations Analyst in 2012.
Fatima Arroyo-Arroyo is a Senior Urban Transport Specialist at the World Bank, based in Dakar. She is also the acting Pillar Lead of Urban Mobility in the Sub Saharan Africa Transport Policy Program (SSATP). She supports the urban mobility agenda in West and Southern Africa regions. Fatima is an enthusiast of integrating multidisciplinary dimensions in transport projects, such as fragility considerations, climate adaptation and technology. She leads urban transport projects with a focus in vulnerable groups, non-motorized transport, public transportation and the formalization of informal transport operators, especially in fragile environments. Before joining Africa region, she supported the urban transport and urban railway agenda in Latin-America and East Asia. She holds a Master´s in Civil Engineering from École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées and Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. She also holds a Master in International Business Administration.
Sofía Guerrero is a Spanish Civil Engineer, with a Master in Business Administration by the Instituto de Empresa. I was recognised in 2016 by the WICE (Women in Construction and Engineering) awards as the “Best Woman Civil Engineer”, in appreciation of her contribution in the industry. She has been based for the last 4 years for the WB in Lima Country Office, where she has been leading a very well-balanced transport portfolio that includes main investment in the urban context (BRT, metro) as well as broader national connectivity programs, among others. Sofia also have been involved in country and regional initiatives on gender equality within the transport sector, as well as Diversity and Inclusion initiatives. She is now based in Europe and Central Asia (ECA) region Before she joined the WB 4 years ago, Sofía worked for 18 years for one of the world's leading infrastructure operators, with an extensive background in the construction of underground infrastructure projects, in Madrid and in London, where she worked for Crossrail project among others.