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Alumni Spotlight: Paulina Molinari '16

Paulina Molinari '16 lived in multiple countries growing up following her father's career. She studied Business at La Salle University/Ramon Llull and currently works in the IT and services industry.
Paulina Molinari
Paulina Molinari

Born in Argentina with Spanish and Austrian heritage, Paulina Molinari ‘16 considers herself a citizen of the world, having lived in multiple countries following her father’s career, including Argentina, Switzerland, Belgian, Germany, Mexico and Spain. She attended ASB from Grades 1 through 12, studying Management of Business and Technology with a specialization in Digital Marketing at La Salle University/Ramon Llull in Barcelona following high school.

Paulina is currently working in the Information Technology & Services Industry as a Demand Generation and Digital Marketing Executive for VILT Group in Barcelona. She is responsible for the Southern European market and leads the Digital Marketing initiatives for the company. 

Which teachers from ASB might have inspired who you are today?

“There are so many teachers from ASB that have helped me become the person I am today. If I have to say two, I am forever grateful for Marta Luján and Mamen Laguna. They became like family to me.”

Tell us a little about any service activities you were involved in at ASB.

“I was involved in an oral history project, which I greatly remember. I had the opportunity to visit an elderly home for a year and have wonderful recollections of conversations I shared with an impressive woman called Montserrat, whom I wrote a biography for.”

What would be a favorite ASB memory?

“Ski week and graduation!”

In your opinion, what makes ASB special?

  • The cultural mix
  • Community feeling, respect, and support
  • Teacher-student relationships (teachers were always willing to help students get to the point where they learn how to help each other. Also, students were regularly motivated and appreciated during school assemblies)
  • Opportunities

ASB in one word?


Once a Lynx, Always a Lynx!
#Lynx4Life #ASBtogether

Contributed: May 2021

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