Anamari Eskildsen is the executive director of Fundación Pro Bienestar, a private foundation focused on social investments for improving education, health and the protection of children and the elderly. She is the author of Mía, suya, tuya, a memoir which follows her path from the illusion of solitude to the love she has found in spiritual unity, after her mother’s death. Anamari hosts a podcast, Con intención, in which she interviews people who further inspire her journey as a mother, reparenting herself, and living each day with purpose.
Anamari co-founded Camp Wandú in 2012, an impact business that combined her vocation and purpose, a summer camp focused on building a stronger sense of self in her staff and campers. Camp Wandú operated for 9 years before she decided to move on to new projects. During this time, Anamari founded the Panamanian Camp Association and was the first Panama ambassador for the International Camping Fellowship. Anamari began her professional career as a consultant at UNICEF coordinating an inclusion program in schools for the indigenous in Darien. Anamari is a Fellow of the sixteenth class of the Central America Leadership Initiative and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.
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