Erika Villaécija joins our HR Department
Since last September, Erika Villaécija has joined our HR Management team.
Erika faces a new challenge in the world of IT consulting and services, following the announcement of her retirement from high competition swimming,
The management of human and intellectual capital is one of the cornerstones of our consulting services, outstanding values of Erika throughout her career. Graduated in Psychology, together with the studios, she has been combining competitive swimming at the highest level and the experience of supporting new athletes in the sporting life.
As indicated by Erika in the act of tribute held on November 5, “It is a hard time quitting, but I have filled this time with renewed illusions and work challenges. My priorities have changed. “
Along with her” talisman medal “, the gold won in the Dubai World Swimming Championships in 800 meters, Erika exhibits a record of more than 35 medals in major international and national championships, the participation in all Olympic Games celebrated along 16 years of professional sport career (Athens, Beijing, London and Rio de Janeiro) or the 80,000 km of effort and sacrifice that she has been swimming on training, a guarantee of success in this new professional challenge!
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