Diego has experience deploying research projects in the logistics field from both the academic and the enterprise approaches. He has been involved in projects on topics such as urban freight distribution, first-mile logistics, cash logistics in Colombia, and the development of control towers of freight distribution for the public sector. Diego participated in the execution of a magistral class on logistics as well as the creation of content for the platform LogycaX.
Before joining LOGYCA/RESEARCH–CLI, he was immersed in several studies developed by the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. He also did an international research internship at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in the US. Furthermore, holding an international internship, he contributed to the consolidation of market research at Postgraduate Newmann Business School, in Peru. Diego holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, and earned the Undergraduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (UCLOG) from the Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation (CLI).