Patricia Fernández Lorenzo Law Degree -specialising in law of economics-, Advanced Studies Diploma and Doctor in History. She combines her work to the firm as Legal Advisor in Art and Cultural Heritage Department with her teaching activities as Honorary Guest Professor of Modern and Contemporary History of the Universidad Complutense of Madrid. As an academic researcher in the History of art Collecting and Patronage, she has recently published the biography Archer M. Huntington, The Founder of the Hispanic Society of America in Spain (Marcial Pons, 2018). She has furthered her profesional career as an executive in the insurance sector and as an Associate Director of the legal firm Belzuz Advogados in Lisbon. In the public sector, se has held the position of Director-General of European Affairs of the Regional Government of Bizkaia, being responsable for managing regional development funds, as well as the position of Counsel of the venture capital, Seed Capital, and of the business incubator, Beaz Bizkaia. Member of ERNOP- European Research Network on Philantropy- and of several cultural associations, Patricia has lately collaborated with cultural foundations such as Francisco Giner de los Ríos Foundation and Ortega y Gasset/Gregorio Marañón Foundation.