Leonor Gonzalez-Luft is a Venezuelan native who grew up in Bethesda, Maryland. She completed her studies in Finance and International Business at Northeastern University, Boston, and at ICADE in Madrid, Spain. In her professional career, she has worked for leading financial services companies in San Francisco including Charles Schwab and Wells Fargo, mainly as an Investment Analyst for the Managed Account and Mutual Funds Group.
During her time at Wells Fargo, Leonor started developing a strong interest for philanthropic causes, mainly by promoting volunteerism in supporting non-profit organizations. Building on this passion, Leonor currently serves as a Board Member of the Klaus Luft Foundation, where she takes a leading role in the allocation of foundation’s sponsorships supporting children and young adults in the areas of education, arts and music.
Leonor currently resides in Munich, Germany with her husband and daughter. She has lived in Venezuela, US, Spain, and Singapore. She is fluent in English, Spanish, Italian and German.