Responsible for Sustainability and Development of Women's Soccer at CONMEBOL

Fabimar Franchi Benavides

Responsible for Sustainability and Development of Women’s Soccer at CONMEBOL

Fabimar Franchi, born in Venezuela, has a degree in Economics from the Andres Bello Catholic University and a Master’s Degree in Sustainable Development and Corporate Social Responsibility from the School of Industrial Organization in Spain. She has experience in organizations such as Conastel, where she worked as head of rate policies and economic affairs. She has also worked for PepsiCo where she was manager of social responsibility for Venezuela and Colombia and Citizenship Manager where she used football as a tool for social transformation to generate development in people’s behaviors and habits, create new opportunities and generate values ​​of commitment and discipline.

She is currently the manager of sustainability and development of women’s soccer at CONMEBOL – Confederación Suramericana de Fútbol, ​​where she has focused her efforts to create partnership strategies between sustainability and sport and incorporate sustainability as a management model within CONMEBOL and its member associations.