General manager for Latin America and the Caribbean of the Insuco consulting firm and president of Diversity & Development international NGO. Agro-economist and geographer from the Sorbonne University in Paris, Guillen has worked for international organizations (UNESCO, Bioversity International, World Bank) on the design and implementation of development projects in more than 15 countries and the management of intergovernmental platforms, linking scientific research and policy decision-making. He is an expert in sustainability and territorial approach to corporate social responsibility, he has worked for the last ten years in Latin America and Africa on building and implementing innovative models of stakeholder engagement and collective action processes between important private companies, communities and government in different world-class projects.
He is lecturer at several universities in Latin America and is a member of the research line on Sustainable Territorial Development at the Universidad del Externado in Colombia. He has published several articles on the themes of conflict transformation, multi-stakeholder dialogue and territorial approach of sustainability.