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Alumni Spotlight: Josefina Premoli '16

Josefina Premoli '16 graduated with a degree in Business Administration from ESADE Business School, and today works for ASB alumni, parent and entrepreneur, Lorena Canals, in Barcelona.
Josefina Premoli
Josefina Premoli

Originally from Argentina, Josefina Premoli attended ASB together with her three siblings for 7 years before graduating in 2016. With her degree in Business Administration from ESADE Business School, Josi started work at Lorena Canals in 2020, a Barcelona-based company, specializing in washable rugs and textile accessories that are handmade from natural materials.

“The company was founded by Lorena Canals who is also an alumnus of ASB. I work in the marketing department as a Community Manager and PR Assistant. It is great to be a part of a smaller organization where I have more responsibilities and am able to see the result of my actions. I enjoy working closely with Lorena, who shares her passion with everybody in the company. It is a company I align with completely in terms of its mission, vision, and values.”

What experiences or teachers from ASB might have inspired who you are today?

“I gained something from all of my teachers at ASB. From presenting in front of the class in history to analyzing grammatical sentences in Spanish, to conducting experiments in science, it was ASB as a whole that has contributed to who I am today. The IB program and methodological way of learning, in particular, taught me how to analyze, create and present, something that stays with me today.”

What would be a favorite ASB memory?

“One of my favorite ASB memories has to be Halloween. It was always an event that united the whole school and showed the diversity of the community.

I also want to highlight the IB Visual Arts Exhibition. It was a very special day because it was something we worked towards for months and brought all of the Visual Arts students together. It was a very memorable event where we shared all of our hard work with our peers, teachers, family, and friends and made us all very proud.”

In your opinion, what makes ASB special?

“In my opinion, the sense of community is what makes ASB special. Events such as International Day, Open Mic Nights, and Feed the Future always gave a sense of belonging. There is something in ASB for everyone and such events would bring people from different backgrounds, cultures, and beliefs together for a specific concept or concern they were all interested in.”

If you could describe ASB in one word, what would it be?


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Contributed: March 2021

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