GABRIELA ENRIGUE: Born in Guadalajara, she holds undergraduate degrees in Economics and Political Science from ITAM and a Masters degree in Public Policy from UC Berkeley. She worked at the Mexican Supreme Court on judicial processes and on increasing the access to courts for the less privileged. As a summer intern at the International Institute for Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) in the Philippines, she evaluated IIRR projects, developed 5 case studies on the impact of participatory techniques on community mobilization and learned how developing countries promote rural development. Since June 2008, Gabriela has been consulting for the World Bank in the Finance and Private Sector Development Group. Gabriela led Doing Business in Mexico Evaluation where she worked with the economic development agencies of all the 31 states in the country as well the National Institute for Competitiveness in Mexico (Instituto Mexicano para la Competitividad, IMCO). She founded CREA in 2008 and is currently starting operations of PROSPERA, the for profit arm of CREA. Within PROSPERA, Gabriela is in charge of strategic partnerships, finance and leading the PROSPERA team to begin formal operations by the end of 2009.