Johanna Heredia

Philanthropy Solutions, Junior Consultant

Requirements Analysis & Training

Key Results

Johanna Heredia joined Grantbook as a Philanthropy Solutions Junior Consultant following a co-op term in late 2020. She is responsible for contributing to the research, analysis, and production of materials that constitute project deliverables. Her role includes data gathering and analysis, documentation, creating training modules, and a wide variety of other tasks.

In addition to her industrial engineering bachelor degree from Colombia, Johanna holds an Information Systems Business Analysis post-graduate certificate from George Brown College in Toronto. Prior to Grantbook, Johanna worked as a Business Process Analyst for the Ministry of Health, and the Administrator of the Resources of the Healthcare System (ADRES) in Colombia. She developed a passion for transforming business by the implementation of technology and working on projects that impact society. 

Johanna is motivated by knowing that she is contributing to creating a positive impact in the world. Being a public servant in Colombia taught her the values of supporting and working for the community.

Notable Clients & Projects

  • Supported the planning of a new public organization called ADRES, which manages the resources for the Health Care System in Colombia. 
  • Led implementation of the ADRES’ Planning and Institutional Management process.
  • Contributed to the Quality Management Certification of the Ministry of Health and Social Protection in Colombia


  • Process modelling 
  • Requirements elicitation techniques 
  • Risk analysis methodologies 
  • Business change and solution evaluation
  • Lifecycle Management

Tech Tools

  • MS Visio
  • PowerBI
  • Tableau 
  • Figma
  • UiPath Studio

Training & Education

  • Information Systems Business Analyst Postgraduate Certificate Program at George Brown College, Toronto
  • Scrum Master Certification at Scrum Alliance, Toronto
  • Bachelor’s of Technology specializing in Industrial Engineering at University of Pamplona, Colombia

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