Over the last six years, I have spoken in more than a dozen countries (US, Colombia, Egypt, Brazil, Hong Kong, Mexico, among others) both to large crowds and very small, private groups. I have presented internationally at TEDx events, addressed big companies like Google and the U.N., keynoted conferences like the Retail Industry Leaders Association and Social Media Week. I have lectured at many universities and colleges including Columbia, MIT, Harvard, and Yale.
I am also considered an international ambassador for the happiness movement. I am grateful for the opportunity to have empowered people across three continents and swapped stories with politicians, former guerrilla combatants, and countless community leaders.
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Mountain View, CA
How the streets of Cambridge, NYC, Bogota, and Pasto allowed me to connect with doers, ideas, and initiatives that helped me to ignite a happiness revolution that in just a few years has reached over 80 million of people in 33 countries.
Disruptive approach and techniques to find out "what makes people happy" in Williamsburg Brooklyn that sparked a global movement of happiness activists.
Happiness & Innovation
Retail Leaders Association
If necessity is the mother of invention, happiness is the father. I explore how happiness is a key element to inspire innovation, connectivity and change among companies, consumers, and society in general.