Juan Camilo Villalobos was born in Bogota, Colombia. He graduated from Universidad de los Andes with a BA in economics, a BA in government and public affairs, and a minor in state and public law. Juan developed his career at Instiglio, a global leader in results-based financing focusing on developing countries. He worked with over 15 organizations (including USAID, DFID, World Bank, IDB, Botnar Foundation, Village Enterprise, Fundación Bancolombia, and the National Planning Department of Colombia) to improve the impact of their social interventions in more than 10 developing countries, including Colombia, South Africa, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Namibia, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Uzbekistan, and India). He led the technical design for three impact bonds, guided the creation of four data systems to manage performance during implementation (a.k.a. adaptive management systems), supported the strategy process for several clients, and advanced various internal initiatives to support the expansion of Instiglio across continents. At Yale, Juan is using the MPP to explore strategies to strengthen governments and leverage the private sector to advance sustainable development initiatives in Latin America and Africa.