Dolores Ordoñez holds a degree in Law by Deusto University, Spain and she is specialized in European Community Law and holds an Executive Master in Innovation. Specialized in innovative strategies mainly in line with SmartCities and Tourism. She is member of the Smart Destinations WG at the University of the Balearic Islands. She is vice-president of Planetic (Spanish technological platform for ICT) and vice-president of the international cluster of Tourism, TURISTEC.
She is the coordinator of the track on smart and sustainable transition in Tourism for Intelligent Cities Challenge of the European Commission. She is tourism expert for Eurochambres within EU4BCC
With more than 20 years of experience as head of European projects in different public administrations in the Balearic Islands and in the private sector, presently she manages challenging EU projects related to IoT such as CPS4AGRI (H2020) or PLOUTOS (H2020 RUR), having been involved in other projects such as CREATE-IoT (H2020-IoT), STEVE(H2020-GV) or EXTREMA (DG ECHO). She is speaker in many conferences worldwide and teaches issues related to the European Union, SmarCities, SmartTourism and Sustainability.
As technical director of AnySolution, she is in charge of strategic innovative plans for public and private entities, EU projects implementation and the development of the IoT platform NADIA.