Laura Galaviz, MBA, MSc

Project Manager

I am using my skills to develop and support a global network of Regional Mentors contributing to a robust training and learning experience for Atlantic Fellows.

Current Work

Laura is responsible for leading and coordinating an initiative to create and support a network of Regional Mentors aligned with GBHI’s mission to reduce the scale and impact of dementia worldwide by developing, supporting, and empowering a new generation of global brain health leaders, the Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health.

Personal Hero

The Little Prince book

Words of Strength

Interpersonal relationships and connecting people


Laura is using her organizational and project management skills to establish an infrastructure that supports a global network of Regional Mentors to contribute to the robust training and learning experience of Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health.


Before joining GBHI, Laura supported the development of modules linked to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals at Trinity Global in a project funded by the Higher Education Authority (HEA). Laura has also worked on innovation projects applying emerging technologies in education.


Mentoring is a key element of the fellowship program at GBHI and its overall strategy and mission. Therefore, Laura's role is focused on establishing an infrastructure to support the global Regional Mentor network.

Education & Experience

Laura obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. She is a PhD. candidate in Information Sciences, and she is also currently completing an MSc in Digital and Content Marketing. She joined the GBHI team in October 2022 as a Project Manager.

Hispano-American University
Bachelor’s Degree
Tecmilenio University
Business Administration
TU Dublin
Digital and Content Marketing



 a Note

Have ideas for global brain health or a collaboration? I would love to hear from you. Feel free to send an introductory note.