Dania Jocelyn Heredia Ramirez is a Magna Cum Laude Attorney with a Masters Degree in Business and Economic Law from the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Barna Management School, both in the Dominican Republic.
Through the years, she has participated in many Corporate Trainings from prestigious institutions, including but not limited to the China Europe International Business School and the Florida International University. She has also experience in Corporate Social Responsibility, Alternative Dispute Resolution and Arbitration, certified by the Instituto Technologic de Monterrey and the Universidad de Valparaiso in Chile, respectively.
Mrs. Heredia has held positions as Corporate Attorney in important Dominican companies, including Verizon and the Dominican Association of Customs-Free Zone. She also worked as Director and Defender of the Public Defender’s program of the Commissioner in support of the reform and modernization of justice. In 2005, Mrs. Heredia joined CEMEX- Dominican Republic as Corporate Affairs and Legal and Environmental Director, overseeing the Operations for the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean. As Director, she is responsible for the implementation and enforce of the Company Policies related to Economic Competition, Code of Ethics and Anti-Corruption. She has been in the position for twelve years now.
Nowadays she is an active member of many Business Associations and Justice Commissions in the Dominican Republic, through which she has been able to significantly contribute to the revision of laws and regulations regarding corporate and environmental law. She presides the Board of Directors of the National Network of Business Support to Environmental Protection, member of the legal committee of the American Chamber of Commerce and Arbitrator of the Commerce and Production Chamber of Santo Domingo.