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Hanoi Morillo is the former Vice President of Digital Banking and CDO at Scotiabank. Partner of LA7EM in Latin America and Gate93 in Silicon Valley, and one of the 'sharks' in the famous TV program Shark Tank Colombia.
Hanoi Morillo is a global investor, executive, speaker and author. As an investor, she has been investing in various companies globally for years and is also a partner of LA7EM in Latin America and Gate93 in Silicon Valley. She is one of the 'sharks' in the famous TV program Shark Tank Colombia.
As an executive, Hanoi Morillo is the Vice President of Digital Banking and CDO at Scotiabank leading and building a Digital Bank and accelerating the overall digital transformation of the financial institution. She comes from IBM, where she served as Managing Director of the Digital Transformation and Innovation Practice (IBM iX). The consulting firm that integrates strategy, technology and design to allow companies to redefine and reinvent their business models, strategies, culture and talent.
Previously, Hanoi Morillo spent 12 years at Google, assuming various senior management positions with a focus on Marketing, Digital Transformation and Innovation based in Europe, Canada, the United States and Latin America, in addition to several projects in Southeast Asia. She began her career in financial auditing at KPMG Spain.
As a global speaker, Hanoi Morillo focuses on Exponential Technologies and their impact on organizations, Digital and Cultural Transformation, Diversity and Inclusion. As an author, she published her first book in 2019 and is a regular columnist for various publications.
Hanoi Morillo studied Business Administration at the Autonomous University of Madrid. Additionally, she completed an innovation program of Duke University (USA) in conjunction with Google, INSEAD (France) and Singularity University (USA).