Andtropia is an innovative and unique project in Andorra, a company specializing in philanthropic giving and projects with a high social impact.
Our vocation is to help entities with the management of social projects and to join their will to make the world a better place by collaborating in local and international initiatives that need a boost to have a significant social impact..
We are professionals in the management of solidarity and have a global vision, without forgetting the solidarity projects of Andorra. At present, we offer two main areas of service. The first is aimed at the management of solidarity (philanthropy) in a personalized way and with tailored projects. The second is to assist NGOs and institutions in the rights of the most vulnerable groups and other aspects associated to the management of these types of institutions and social projects.
The wish of Andtropia is to be faithful to our purpose and values. Therefore, we must be consistent with social projects that respond to a good cause. For a social project to be adopted by us, it must meet the criteria established by our company. In other words, we value innovation and how potential answers are given to a specific problem, how the results are achieved and the way recipients value them.
Our values are being rigorous, focusing on results, professionalism, trust, and transparency.
Founder and director of Andtropia, company specializing in projects with high social impact. We connect people who want to contribute to make the world a better place with projects in different areas that need a boost to start up or to develop and benefit a greater number of people.
Graduate in Business (UOC), in Leadership and Management in NGOs (ESADE) and master’s degree in Childhood Rights and Policies at a Local Level (Pablo de Olavide University – Sevilla), among other training.
A regular columnist of the Diari d’Andorra, with opinion articles focusing on social, solidarity and philanthropic issues and highlighting aspects that directly or indirectly affect childhood.
More than 20 years of experience in the banking sector followed by 10 years at the head of the National Committee of Andorra for UNICEF, visiting projects in Jordan, Thailand, Cameroon, Republic of the Congo and Mauritania to know first-hand how solidarity can improve the lives of thousands of children and their families.
Other hobbies and passions: mountaineering, adventure raids, ice hockey, snowshoeing, ski mountaineering, cooking and travelling!