Eva Aurín .
Eva Aurín Pardo, born in Barcelona in 1972, has been a member of the Board of Directors of CaixaBank since 2012 and of VidaCaixa SA since July 2014. She has been the General Manager of Caja de Ahorros y Pensiones de Barcelona (”la Caixa”) since 2009 and was a member of the Board of Directors of “la Caixa” until June 2014. She was a trustee of the "la Caixa" Foundation from 2012 to June 2014.
Graduate in Chemistry – Faculty of Physics and Chemistry (University of Barcelona 1992-1997).
International Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) – La Salle BES, Ramón Llull University (Barcelona 2012–2014)
American Business Seminar, Executive MBA - St Mary’s College of California (San Francisco 2013). Expert in project management, among other areas, she has completed an advanced programme in strategic leadership and courses on personal and commercial excellence.
She has been the Head of the SAP-U Technology Center since October 2014. The Centre has more than 100 consultants located in Barcelona and Salamanca. This service centre has various national and international clients in the services sector. (INSA-IBM)
She has been a Professor for the Master's diploma in e-Health (the application of technology (ICT) to health management) in the "la Salle" business school since October 2014.
Head of the IT service (SAP, laboratory, radiology, etc.) for Catalonia's leading hospitals (Vall d’Hebron, Bellvitge, Germans Trias i Pujol, Doctor Josep Trueta, etc.) at INSA-IBM since 2014.
She was formerly the Project Director at ETIC Sistemes informàtics, S.L. (Barcelona), where she directed functional analysis, project management and the development, implementation and maintenance of computer applications, as well as patient diversion communication projects for all the primary health care centers in Catalonia.
Prior to this, she was the Project Manager at Expectra S.L. (Barcelona) and MB Sistemes Informàtics S.L. (Barcelona) and Senior Programmer at Getrònics Group (Barcelona).
She is co-author of the work entitled "Implementation of Group Education in the Services Portfolio of Primary Healthcare, a Management Tool". She is also the co-author of the poster entitled "About complexity. And what do you do?" and of the article “A program of nurse algorithm-guided care for adult patients with acute minor illnesses in primary care.” BiomedCentral (May 2013).