Paloma Muñoz López de Gregorio is the Document Controller at Aqualia where she is known in managing the documentation (send/receive, organization, control) in the projects involve, makes the strategic planning of the different phases of the project and control its achievement, is responsible of the quality management system (ISO 9001) of the projects involve. When needed, she also translates documents of the company and interpretes international conferences, due to her Bachelor’s degree in Translation and Interpretation (got in 2009).
During these years working in Aqualia, she has established a common coding for all department projects, as well as developed a document to an efficient planning which allows to know at a glance the documentation status of the project. She also has participate in the adapting process of procedures and projects to achieve with the quality standard ISO 9001 (both in internal and external audits). In this field, I highlight the implantation of process which make easier the search and storage of documentation (archive system, project inbox…) She has also created a large translation memory database which speed, facilitates and standardizes translated documents. Recently, she has established a project meeting management system.
With all this background in the company and previous expertise in other companies (both in Spain and internationally as International consultant, import/export and in the Sales department) she has developed a dynamic leadership skill, teamwork ability and unmatched expertise in project management, strategic planning, quality management, translations/interpretations, and international relations.
In addition to her work, she is a collaborator on the site https://www.kiwanicrianza.com/ , created by a group of mums in the village where she lives under the supervision of their midwife and other medical professionals. The aim is to give accurate and useful information to new mums and to help families on parenting. They organize events with professionals and informal workshops and read and do research regarding these fields. They want to help the local community when raising their children and being supportive with women before and after giving birth.
Paloma is a member of the Socialist Party in Spain (a left-wing party, right now the governing party in Spain), where she collaborates with the local party, giving them ideas that they could bring to the city council. She identifies herself as a feminist and a hard worker, and really wants to help young girls to give the most of herself and to be and to do whatever they want.
More personally, Paloma became a mum last May 2019, and she and her husband are trying to be the best parents they can be while working far away from their own parents and their hometown. She really loves reading and being informed about the news and what is happening in the world. She also loves travelling and knowing other cultures and places.
Paloma holds her Master’s degree in International Enterprise from the University of Cordova (Spain), which she obtained in 2010. She considers herself as a proactive, organized, efficient, self-confident and with initiative person, able to adapt to different environments and with leadership skills, able to organize people in their tasks and achieve objectives satisfactorily. Moving forward, she plans to progress in her field helping companies to achieve the goals proposed and hopes to network as much as possible with likeminded professionals worldwide.