Carmen Reviriego is founding partner of Callia, company that works in Spain and Latin America dedicated to art advisory from an artistic and social perspective. Project for which she received in 2008 the “National Award for Business Innovation” and was chosen as one of the most relevant directors by IE Business School, ESADE Business School and the Association of Women Entrepreneurs of Spain.
She is also president of Callia Foundation and promoter of the Ibero-American Awards of Patronage and The Luck of Giving, two initiative that bring together the great business leaders from Ibero-America around social commitment to art.
She is author of four books related with philanthropy and art patronage published by Grupo Planeta and which are already part of the recommended literature of several of the most prestigious art universities in Latin America. Carmen, is also author of FORBES magazine, with whom she regularly publishes conversations with great patrons. In addition, she is one of the 25 directives that co-star in the book “1858 questions to successful women”.
She is also member of the Cultural Committee of the Queen Sofia Spanish Institute and member of the Editorial Board for art issues in Forbes Life Latam America.
During the last 20 years she has worked advising to great heritages. She studied Marketing at ESIC & Business School and the Florida Atlantic University; Businesses at IESE University of Navarra; Finance at the Polytechnic University of Madrid and Art at Sotheby´s Institute of Art in London.