Rafael Paz Familia
He has extensive training in areas such as governance, public management, business, leadership and political communication, obtaining his titles of high-level national and international studios such as Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE), George Washington University, INCAE Business School and studies at Barna Managment School, he is a member of the Alumni Global Shapers Community of the World Economic Forum.
For six years, he served as executive vice president of the National Council of Private Enterprise (CONEP), was a member of the National Social Security Council (CNSS), the Board of Directors of the Patrimonial Fund of the Reformed Companies (Fonper), of the Commission Executive of the Economic and Social Council (CES), of the Council of the Center of Exportation and Investment of the Dominican Republic (CEI-RD), of the National Commission of Employment of the Ministry of Labor, was coordinator of the Transportation Committee of CONEP and secretary of the Binational Quisqueya Economic Council, among other important bodies.
During the constitutional modification of 2010, he was advisor to the National Assembly, advisor to the Senate of the Republic from 2009 to 2011, adviser in Constitutional and Legal Affairs of the Presidency of the Chamber of Deputies and the Office of Analysis, Monitoring and Evaluation of the Budget during the period 2010-2012.
He was the first secretary of the National School of Electoral Training and Civil Status (EFEC) of the Central Electoral Board, during the period 2006-2007 he worked as a lawyer for Public Affairs of the Directorate of Public Policies of the Supreme Court of Justice and since 2007 he is a member of the Faculty of Law Faculty of the National University Pedro Henríquez Ureña (UNPHU).
He is currently the executive director of the National Competitiveness Council, where he develops the strategic agenda to strengthen the competitiveness of the Dominican Republic.