Marta García-Valenzuela leads Talengo’s Diversity practice, and, in recent years, she has turned the firm into a benchmark in strategic diversity management in executive search, leadership consulting and director advisory services.
She began her professional career in the selection and evaluation area of an international consulting firm, coordinating the teams in Madrid and Barcelona. In 2011, she joined Talengo to develop the diversity practice in its three key dimensions: gender, culture and generation. Since then, she has advised the senior management of major national and international corporations on the impact on the business of correct strategic diversity management. Under her management, Talengo has developed diversity management projects based on the organizational diagnostic provided by a diversity audit. She has created diversity committees, trained diversity ambassadors and development cultural transformation projects from an inclusive leadership model.
She is a psychology graduate from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and an expert in legal psychology from the COP. She is certified as a Coach by ICC. She was awarded a scholarship to study on the Female Leadership programme of Fundación Rafael del Pino. She is certified in competency management tools, assessment centre and other evaluation tools. She holds a Certificate in Diversity Management from the Chamber of Commerce, the Diversity Foundation and the CEPAIM. She also collaborates with APD, the Chamber of Commerce and Intrama as a speaker in leadership and diverse talent topics and with the mass media specializing in economics and human resources subjects as a diversity and sustainability expert. She is currently a mentor in several programs to promote women towards leadership positions, Member of the Academic Advisory Board of the General Management Area of EAE Business School,. She is also a trustee of the NGO “Alianza por la solidaridad” and has been chosen as a Top 100 woman in Spain in the management category. She is also the author of the book “Heroes of Diversity”.