Antonio de los Campos was born in 1979, in Montevideo, Uruguay. He has a degree in Economic Sciences from UDELAR (Uruguay). He has a Masters Certificate in Project Management from the Business School of the University of Wisconsin (United States) and an International Diploma in Business from the University of Cambridge – International Examination.
He completed the Managing Organizational Change Executive Development Program at the Business School of Michigan State University (United States) and holds the PMP® and Scrum Master certifications.
He is the founder of Project Management Latin America (PMLA) and has developed extensive experience as Marketing and Strategic Planning manager at organizations of regional and global scope, in which he led important processes of organizational change. He is the author of “Lunes 08:30 – Un puente entre la teoría y la práctica de la gestión de proyectos.” (Monday 08:30 – A bridge between the theory and practice of project management.). He has written numerous articles for prestigious national and international publications and lectures in different countries in Latin America.