Country Chair for El Salvador: Diego de Sola

Diego de Sola

Country Chair for El Salvador

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Diego de Sola is a Central American born in El Salvador. Having lived in the United States for 20 years, his ambition is to foster a more trusting (thereby more efficient) environment in his country and region through his involvement in business and non-profits.

Diego de Sola is Co-founder and President of Glasswing International), a non-profit social venture promoting volunteerism in education, health and social integration. Formerly an associate at Citicorp Securities in New York, he later worked for UNEX, a Central American coffee exporter, and is currently CEO of Inversiones Bolivar, a 50-year-old real estate development firm operating in El Salvador, Honduras and Costa Rica.

De Sola is an alumni of the Hotchkiss School, Cornell University (BS) and NYU Stern School of Business (MBA). He is a fellow and moderator of the Aspen Global Leadership Network since 2005, and in 2012 was invited to join the World Economic Forum’s “Young Global Leaders”. Diego and his wife, Alexandra, are parents to three boys: Diego Xavier, Herbert and Alejandro.