• Foto de Pilar Villarino

    Executive Director- CERMI 

    Linked by profession and conviction to the third sector of social action for the disabled through her work at CERMI, where she began her activity in 2001, after an eight-year stay in Brussels. A Europeanist at heart. Convinced that social transformation is achieved through digital transformation. Executive Director of CERMI State and Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the CERMI Women's Foundation. 

    She is Co-Director of the Collection Generosity, Gender and Disability of CERMI. She has participated in several collective works: Treaty on Disability (Thompson Aranzadi, 2007), Towards a Disability Law, (Thompson Aranzadi, 2009), 10 years of non-discrimination legislation in Spain (Ediciones CINCA, 2012), Manual on Gender Mainstreaming in Public Policies on Disability (Ediciones CINCA, 2012). 

    She holds a Law Degree from the University of Santiago de Compostela and a Master's Degree in European Communities from the Polytechnic University. She has taken specialization courses in Management of Non-Profit Organizations (UNED) and in digital transformation (IEBS).