Trinidad has more than 12 years of experience in commerce, public procurement, transparency, and probity . Between 2015 and 2017 she was the President of the Inter-American Government Purchasing Network. As part of its mandate, ChileCompra promotes policies for public bodies to consider in their purchases criteria for evaluation of high social impact, such as Directive 20 and the Woman Company Seal, which promote the active participation of women in business with the State to increase the country’s productivity. These guidelines have led the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to highlight Chile as a success case, promoting the participation of women in public procurement. As a lawyer and magister in Public Law Mention in Constitutional Law of the Pontificia Universidad Católica, Dr. Inostroza graduated in Public Management from the University of Chile, and in Business Management from the Catholic University. For eight years she served as head of the Corporate Legal Division of ChileCompra. Previously, she worked as a prosecutor specialised in economic crimes in the North Central Prosecutor’s Office of the Public Prosecutor’s Office and as Chief Legal Officer of Ministries of Mining, Planning (MIDEPLAN) and Gendarmerie of Chile.