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Chapter 10. Shared value. Doing business with social enterprises – Mónica Vasquez del Solar with contributions from Ana Paula Bedoya, Omar Angulo and Stefanie Delgado,
Agnieszka Orzechowska

Mónica Vásquez del Solar is the NESsT’s Portfolio Director, Andes and is responsible
for managing NESsT’s technological innovation portfolio. Mónica
has enormous experience in planning, implementing, and monitoring
economic and social development projects in several regions of Perú. She
holds a Master’s degree in Agribusiness, in addition having conducted
graduate studies in Strategic Planning, Marketing, and International Trade
from the Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC), and she holds
a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Universidad Nacional Agraria La
Molina.
Contact: Mónica Vásquez del Solar, NESsT Peru, Av. Camino Real 1252,
int. B, San Isidoro, Lima, Peru; mvasquezdelsolar@nesst.org

Ana Paula Bedoya, Omar Angulo and Stefanie Delgado were Portfolio
Associates in NESsT, responsible for supporting and developing social
enterprises in Peru. Founded in 1997, NESsT develops and invests in social
enterprises that solve critical social problems in emerging market countries.
The organization supports pioneering early-stage enterprises whose
innovative business models tackle the cycle of poverty, providing access to
technology, dignified jobs and income for the most vulnerable communities.

Agnieszka Orzechowska is the NESsT’s Portfolio Director, Poland & the
Baltics and she is responsible for developing the NESsT’s portfolio of high
impact social enterprises in Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. She holds
Master’s in Sociology and Russian Language and Literature, she also has
diploma of Warsaw School of Economics in the field of Trade Relations with
Eastern European countries.
Contact: Agnieszka Orzechowska; aorzechowska@nesst.org