The labor market in the 4th Industrial Revolution: Opportunities and challenges for social impact in a digital world

Date: September 23th, 2021
Virtual event
Zoom

On Thursday, September 23, we developed the second chapter of TICSO2021, focused on The labor market in the 4th Industrial Revolution: Opportunities and challenges for social impact in a digital world. We had 17 national and international speakers and about 300 attendees per panel; we talked about ICT, education, jobs of the future, technical skills, skills for the 21st century and the role of civil society in this scenario. Below, You will find the links to the recordings of each panel, which are published on our YouTube channel.

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Languages: Spanish, English and Portuguese

AGENDA SEPTEMBER 23th, 2021

7:50 a.m Introduction
8:00 a.m – 9:00 a.m

Panel: ICT and the jobs of the future

Moderator: Clara Restrepo – Consultant, Youth Employability Specialist – MAKAIA Executive Board Member

Speakers:

  • Mickael Martiquet Remy – Public Sector, NGO and Non-for-Profit LEAD, LinkedIn
  • Erez Zaionce – Director, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution – Colombia
  • Angélica Escobar Cantor – Senior Manager Strategy & Consulting, Accenture Colombia

9:00 a.m – 10:10 a.m

Panel: Education for the jobs of the future​

Moderator: Marcela Arellano Ogaz – Director of Institutional Integration and Cooperation – Duoc UC

Speakers:

  • Jorge Barragán – Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean, International Youth Foundation
  • Catalina Escobar – Co Founder and Strategy Director, MAKAIA
  • Marcela Perilla – President LAC North, SAP

10:10 a.m – 11:20 a.m

Panel: Job restructuring: Challenges and opportunities based on technology​

Moderator: Marcelo Cabrol – Social Sector Manager, Inter-American Development Bank

Speakers:

  • Liliana Galeano Sarmiento – Employment Manager, Comfenalco Antioquia
  • Claudia Di Terlizzi – Vice President of Transformation and Talent, Alpina
  • Gustavo Díaz Vallenoti – Corporate Manager, Ifood

11:20 a.m – 12:30 p.m

Panel: The role of civil society in an inclusive 4th Industrial Revolution​

Moderator: Marnie Webb – Chief Community Impact Officer, TechSoup

Speakers:

  • Jackie Barker – Director, VMware IT Academy
  • Joshua Ness – Senior Manager, Verizon 5G Lab
  • Carlos González – Executive Director, MAKAIA
  • Kate Dimsdale – Digital Inclusion Advisor, USAID

Speakers:

Clara Restrepo

Consultant, Youth Employability Specialist – MAKAIA Executive Board Member

Marcelo Cabrol

Social Sector Manager – IADB

Liliana Galeano Sarmiento

Employment Manager – Comfenalco Antioquia

Jorge Barragán

Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean – International Youth Foundation

Catalina Escobar Bravo

Co founder and Strategy Director – MAKAIA

Mickael Martiquet Remy

Public Sector, NGO and Non-for-Profit LEAD – LinkedIn

Marcela Arellano Ogaz

Director of Institutional Integration and Cooperation – Duoc UC

Erez Zaionce

Director – Center for the 4th Industrial Revolution – Colombia

Marcela Perilla

President LAC North – SAP

Gustavo Díaz Vallenoti

Corporate Manager – Ifood

Angélica Escobar Cantor

Senior Manager Strategy & Consulting – Accenture Colombia

Carlos Augusto González

Executive Director – MAKAIA

Marnie Webb

Chief Community Impact Officer – TechSoup

Joshua Ness

Senior Manager – Verizon 5G Lab

Claudia Di Terlizzi Bretó

Vice President of Transformation and Talent – Alpina

Jackie Barker

Director – VMware IT Academy

Kate Dimsdale

Digital Inclusion Advisor – USAID
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