I consider myself as a mid-wife of new possibilities.
I am Mexican. Originally trained as an economist and later on reformed as a holistic scientist in Schumacher College. I have also been explored deeply Ayurveda, Yoga Therapy, Permaculture and Regenerative Design.
I am passionate about “seeing with new eyes” and understanding how we can activate our potential individually and collectively; I design processes that can allow us to develop it generating greater wellbeing for all.
I have been collaborating with organizations worldwide, from Bhutan all the way to Mexico facilitating processes that re-connect us to our humanness and our will so that we can engage the emergent world from our unique essence while activating our individual and collective agency.
I started my professional career in the corporate world as a Brand Manager at Procter and Gamble, then continued leading Corporate Sustainability initiatives at HSBC until I walked out from that world and transitioned into diverse NGO’s/Foundations like the Gross National Happiness Centre in Bhutan, the International Committee of the Red Cross, Save the Children, The Hunger Project, Giftival and several indigenous communities in Mexico.
I joined TEN, deeply inspired by its vision as a co-curator of Sanktuaree.