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Elizabeth Heurtematte is currently a partner of Lovill, Attorneys at Law in Panama City, Panama, named by Chambers and Partners as a Leading Firm in Latin America. She is Chairman of the Board of Isthmian Investment Corporation (Equity Fund with investments in real estate and financial products in Panama and abroad) and Chairman of the Board of Hacienda San Jose, S.A. In addition, she acts as Chairman of ADESVA, a nonprofit organization working for the sustainable development of El Valle de Anton (Fellowship Venture), Vice President of the Board of the Contemporary Art Museum of Panama (MAC), Vice President of the Board of Fundación Heurtematte, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting the arts, education and social support to underprivileged communities in Panama, Member of the Board of Trustees of the National Theater (Teatro Nacional), a member of the Board of Grupo ASSA, a publicly traded regional insurance and investment company, and a Founding Member of the Board of Women Corporate Directors, Panama Chapter
She began her career as an Associate at Morgan & Morgan, Attorneys at Law (2006-2011). She has a B.A. in International Affairs and Latin American Studies of George Washington University, Washington D.C., with concentrations in East Asian Studies, International Development and International Politics and a minor in History. Elizabeth graduated Summa Cum Laude, was awarded a Presidential Scholarship and named Distinguished Scholar of Elliott School of International Affairs Class of 2003. She has a Juris Doctor from Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, Illinois, a B.A. in Law from Columbus University in Panama City, Panama, and a LLM in Law and Management from INIDEM Business Law School in Panama City, Panama. Elizabeth is a Fellow of the 10th class of the Central America Leadership Initiative and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network. She is also a member of the Panama Bar Association. Elizabeth has two daughters, Alessa 10 and Dahlia 8 and lives in Panama City, Panama.