Bianca Dragomir is Director of Cleantech for Iberia, a new initiative that aims to make the region Europe's next cleantech industrial leader. Cleantech for Iberia is powered by Cleantech Group and supported by the Bill Gates-founded Breakthrough Energy.
Bianca has worked as an advisor for the European Commission’s High-Level Industrial Roundtables ‘Industry 2030’, ‘Industrial Clusters’ and ‘Skills for Renewable Industry.' She was the first woman to be named 'European Cluster Manager of the Year' by the Commission. Prior to joining Cleantech for Iberia, Bianca was CEO of the Valencian Clean Technologies Cluster for over a decade. She launched the first cleantech start-up accelerator in Spain, the first European Cluster Accelerator, and created Clusters of Change platform support a new generation of impact-driven cluster leaders across Europe and beyond.
Bianca earned two master's degrees: one in International Economics and European Integration (Universidad de Valencia, Spain) and one in Business Communication (SNSPA, Romania). She has completed studies in Exponential Thinking & Foresight at Singularity University, and frequently collaborates with MIT’s Center for Collective Intelligence as well as with the Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN).