With more than 20 years of relevant work experience, Alejandro Caballero is a Principal Education Specialist at the IFC based in Washington D.C. Alejandro’s investment and operational experience in education spans across Asia, Middle-East and North Africa, Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa, focusing on Technology in Education, Online Education, Employability and Business-to-Business and Business-to-Government models. Alejandro has been instrumental in the development of IFC’s value-added services in Higher Education: Vitae (Employability) and D4TEP (Digital Transformation), having led 13 Digital Transformation engagements with Higher Education Institutions globally. Alejandro has also played a critical role in the development of IFC’s Ed Tech practice, having led and/ or been involved in the most relevant investments carried out by IFC to date, including Learn Capital, Coursera, Byju’s, Andela, as well as in the preparation IFC’s Ed Tech strategy. He has also led the organization of IFC’s Global Education conference in Hong Kong and Cape Town as well as IFC’s first Corporate Finance Services project in Education advising a US Higher Education provider willing to expand internationally. He holds an MBA and M.A. in Education from Stanford University, where he was a La Caixa fellow, and Bachelor degrees in Law and Business Administration from ICADE, Madrid.