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Pamela Ayuso is co-founder and CEO of Celaque. She is a real estate entrepreneur and developer who has executive leadership experience in two of the most successful real estate developers in Honduras — managing operations at Alianza and leading Celaque. Celaque develops office and residential buildings in Tegucigalpa and also manages a broad portfolio of properties. Pamela's focus is on growing Celaque into a model for the 21st-century company, including creating the first-of-its-kind online system for managing daily to-do's and operating work, overseeing the selected movement of all of Celaque's systems to the cloud, actively removing barriers to communication, and designing a highly inclusive design process.
During her time at Alianza, Pamela was responsible for the commercial management of its real estate properties. She designed and implemented Alianza's operational structure, oversaw company operations and processes, and collaborated in the design and development of new residential, office and retail commercial projects throughout Tegucigalpa.
Pamela earned a Bachelor of Science degree, summa cum laude, in finance and accounting from Ithaca College and went on to earn a Master of International Affairs in international finance from Columbia University. She is a certified public accountant in the state of New York. Pamela writes entrepreneurial articles on La Tribuna as well as Medium and LinkedIn. She serves as secretary of the Board of Directors at Asociación Creciendo Juntos and is also a member of the Board of Directors and the Board's Finance Committee at FEREMA. Pamela published her first children's book recently, Alicia and Bunnie Paint a Mural. She is married and is the proud mother of three daughters. Pamela is a Fellow of the fifteenth class of the Central American Leadership Initiative and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.