First Lady of Costa Rica, Claudia Dobles, was recognized among the World’s Greatest Leaders by Fortune Magazine, she is the only Latin American in the top 15.
“Dobles helped her husband, Carlos Alvarado, win the election in 2018 with a pledge to “decarbonize” Costa Rica by 2050. An architect and urban planner, she’s now in charge of turning that promise into reality—setting deadlines, brokering alliances, and raising money. Job one: replacing the antiquated buses and trains that anchor the nation’s transit system with clean electric models”, reads the publication
Bill and Melinda Gates, founders of the Gates Foundation took first place in the World’s Greatest Leaders.
Dobles is managing the fast passenger train project, also, the development of the Electronic Pay System Project for public transport (buses and trains), among others; these projects are part of the National Decarbonization Plan 2018-2050, which sets the bases of a green economy to face the challenges of climate change.