Santiago Amador has worked in Public Policy for the last 15 years, especially in Internet and ICT policy, social inequality, public innovation, innovation in education, and social inclusion. He was the Director of Internet Policy at the Ministry of ICT of Colombia, building and implementing the award-wining technology plan “ Vive Digital”, and has continued working as a consultant it that field.
Currently, he is the Director of The Master's program on Innovation at Areandina University, senior advisor at the Mayor's Office of Bogotá, creating the Public Innovation City Lab ( iBO) and the Education For the Fourth Industrial Revolución Plan. He holds a Masters in Social Science of the Internet at the University of Oxford and is and a Master in Public Administration at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. His research interests are Digital Gaps, Digital Citizenship, Public Innovation, technology for people with disabilities, technology for education, and social innovation.