Ms. Ines Temple
President, LHH - DBM Peru and Chile
President of LHH - DBM Peru and Chile.(www.lhh.pe). Both companies are the leading career transition and executive coaching organizations in their respective countries.
She is also Chairman of the Board of CARE Peru, (www.care.org.pe) the leading non-profit humanitarian organization fighting the injustice of poverty in Peru with focus on gender equality and girls education.
Author of the national best-seller Usted S.A. Empleabilidad y Marketing Personal,(https://www.facebook.com/InesTemple.Oficial) published in 2010 and now in its fifteenth edition. Usted S.A. was second in overall sales in Peru in 2012 and again in 2014 and first among business books in 2013.
She has been recognized as the “#1 Referent in Peru for Internet Presence” in 2016, by a study published by the leading newspaper El Comercio and as one of the “Top 13 Business Leaders in Peru by Reputation” by Merco & Diario Gestion in 2016. Also recognized as the “CEO with Most Internet Presence” in Peru by Revista G de Gestion in 2015 and again in 2017.She has also been recognized among the 15 most powerful women in companies in Peru by Diario Gestión in 2016.
She received the “Leadership Award” by the Peruvian Diario Trome and the LHH “Worldwide SuperStar Award” (www.lhh.com) both in 2014.
She has published over 700 articles and videos in various magazines and newspapers in Peru, Latin America and now in the US, including withDiario El Comercio, the leading newspaper in Peru. Her videos have over 5.5 million viewers.
Member of the International Advisory Board of CENTRUM Catolica, she is also member of the board of Transparency Peru, of Apoyo Comunicaciones S.A., Angel Ventures Peru, YPO Peruand of the League Against Cancer. Previously, she was Chairman of the Board of Peru 2021, the leading non-profit civil association that promotes corporate social responsibility in Peru. She was also Chairman of the Board of OWIT Peru, an organization for women in business in Peru and President of CADE Universitario 2009. She was Vice-President of the American Chamber of Commerce of Peru.
BS in Business Administration from New York University (NYU) in New York and MBA from Adolfo Ibañez School of Management, Miami, Florida. She has attended leadership courses at various universities, includingHarvard, Kellogg, Georgetown and Singularity.