Angelique Sina

Global Relationship Manager
World Bank Group
Washington, DC


In Her Own Words
Essentials for Latino Leaders in Business
My Career Path: Advice for Latinas in the U.S. 

Current Board Service
Viva Latino Magazine: Member, Advisory Board
New America Alliance: Member, Latina Caucus
Friends of the Art Museum of the Americas: Member, Board of Directors
Mayor's Office of Latino Affairs: Appointed as Commissioner for Latino Community
Friends of Puerto Rico: Executive Director
Latina Impact Fund: President and Founder

Prior Professional Experience
Program Manager, Global Client Leaders, Financial Institutions - International Finance Corporation/World Bank - April 2013 to May 2017
Consultant for Latin America & the Caribbean Region - World Bank Group - June 2012 to April 2013
Special Assistant to the Honorable Pedro R. Pierluisi (D-PR-00) - United States House of Representatives - June 2010 to June 2012
Government and Communications Intern - Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration, Office of Governor Luis G. Fortuño - January 2010 to May 2010
Marketing Associate (part-time) - Oscar Velez Servicio Euromecánico - August 2005 to May 2008

Education, Training, and Certification
Bachelor in Business Administration, Marketing, Human Resources Management from the University of Puerto Rico
Master of Arts in Communication, Public and Corporate Relations from the Johns Hopkins University
Graduate of Mujeres de HACE (Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement) Women's Leadership Program

Awards and Recognition
Angelique Sina Recognized as a Leader for Latina Women, Receives the Redefining Leadership Award from HACE 
Hispanics in Philanthropy 2017 NGEN Fellow
Young Alumni Award recipient from The Washington Center

Angelique is a Global Relationship Manager at the World Bank. She was appointed by the Mayor of Washington, DC to serve as Commissioner for the Latino Community. As a passionate advocate for women’s business success, she co-founded “Amigas” and the Latina Impact Fund, where she develops the next generation of leaders through education programs and Angel investing. In 2016, Angelique was nominated as a "Change maker" at the White House United States of Women and was a 2017 30 under 30 Forbes nominee. She is the co-founder and Executive Director of Friends of Puerto Rico, a national organization that invests in communities that support women and children. Angelique is a contributor at the HuffPost and serves on multiple national boards including: Latinas in Business, Mujeres de HACE Alumnae and the Art Museum of the Americas.  She holds a Bachelors in Business from the University of Puerto Rico in Aguadilla and a Master's degree from Johns Hopkins University.