Alice Berggrun majored in politics at the Universidad de Los Andes and graduated with a minor in administrative law. Today she is an advisor to the President of Colombia at OECD Conventions that focus on eliminating corruption and promoting transparency. She also has a degree in Middle East studies from the National University of Colombia. In 2007, Alice ran for a seat on her local city council in Colombia. She worked in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. From 2008 to 2012, she worked for the National Department of Planning in the area of justice, security and governance. Alice’s work focuses on implementing public investment policies. She is also an active member of her Jewish community, where she helped launch a hasbara campaign for the Office of Human Relations of the Confederation of Jewish Communities of Colombia and, for four years, as part of the board of the national Maccabi Games. Alice writes regular columns for the local Jewish newspaper, Edificio Fonade.