Íñigo Barbed Martín. MBA, Columbia University.
Jose Mª Carabias Palmeiro. Doctorate in Business Administration, London Business School.
Javier Castillo Pérez-Auba. MBA, Stanford University.
David Colino Llamas. D. in Economics, MIT.
Antonio García Sansigre, Master in Science Management, Stanford University.
Nuria González Campañá. PhD in Law, Oxford University.
Laura González Florez. MBA, Harvard University.
Gonzalo Hafner Roda. MBA, Columbia University.
Pablo Martínez Nuevo. D. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT.
David Mejía González. MA in Hispanic Cultural Studies, Columbia University.
Pablo Luis Sánchez Santaeufemia. Master in Mechanical Engineering and Master in Technology and Engineering Innovation Management, Carnegie Mellon University.
The scholarship holders of this promotion will become part of the Scholarship Holders Association of the Rafael del Pino Foundation.
The Scholarship Holders Association of the Rafael del Pino Foundation was constituted in Madrid on 21 July 2003, integrating the beneficiaries of scholarships and chairs awarded by the Rafael del Pino Foundation.
The Scholarship Holders Association has as its main objectives: to maintain the link and mutual support between the scholarship holders, encouraging their functioning as a group and to promote among university students and recent graduates the beginning of postgraduate studies in prestigious universities.
The Scholarship Holders Association has an agreement with The Aspen Institute whereby two Fellows attend each year as Aspen Fellows. The programme aims to develop the next generation of community-minded leaders, giving them the tools they need to meet the challenges of business and civic leadership in the 21st century. The Association also collaborates with the "water for a pipe" solidarity campaign organised by Nuevos Caminos magazine.