Leo Anzola is the Vice President of Information Technology at Banco General. Previously, he has been the representative of Latin America for the Leaders Development Committee, Nominations Committee, Certification Committee for Business Government of Information Technology and State and Regulatory Agencies Committee for ISACA (Information Systems Control and Audit Association). He has also been a member of its Editorial Committee for the Information Systems Control Journal.
He has also been a member of the Banking Automation Committee of the Banking Association of Panama and his representative to the Government of Panama for the Technology Advisory Committee for the e-Panama Commission for Modernization of the State. He recently participated as a member of the Advisory Group of the Government Innovation Authority of the Government of Panama. In the course of these responsibilities, it has been consulted for the revision of laws, regulations and agreements of the Government of Panama and the Banking Superintendence.
Prior to joining Banco General, he was in charge of the technical operations of BellSouth cellular network in Panama. In other occupations he was a member of the Applied Engineering team of the US Army's 106th Signal Brigade and has also held positions as Vice President of Engineering in technology companies. He was also Dean and professor of the School of Engineering and Information Technology of the University of the Isthmus.
He has the certifications as a Certified Forensic Examiner (EFA), Certification in Business Government of Information Technology (CGEIT) and Certified Auditor of Information Systems (CISA). He has been distinguished for his services to favor of the US Army and ISACA.
His education includes a degree in Electrical Engineering from Marquette University, a Postgraduate Diploma in Higher Education from the University of the Isthmus, a Postgraduate in Strategic Management and an MBA with an emphasis in finance from the Latin American University of Science.