Pablo is currently working as a consultant on topics of innovation in Costa Rica. He has worked with private investors in greentech deals in emerging markets. He was an associate at Mesoamerica. Previously, Pablo worked at Endeavor as Director of international expansion focused on Middle East and India. Pablo also served as investment Manager for Intel Capital. He worked at BCG in New York, Infosys in India, Andromeda Capital in Shangai. Pablo is also an angel investor and a Leadership Fellow of the Aspen Institute. He served as an adviser to the Costa Rican Ministry of Technology . Pablo is president of the Harvard MIT Club of Costa Rica. Pablo holds a bachelor of arts (Tau Beta Pi) from Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School in International Affairs with a minor in Systems Engineering, an MBA from Harvard Business School (HBS Leadership fellow), and a master’s in public administration from Harvard's Kennedy School. He is fluent in English and Spanish with proficiency in French, Italian, and Portuguese.
Innovation & Technology + Youth engagement & Leadership Development in order to promote sustainable development in emerging markets.
"The leader is not being a leader" - this sentence show how much more we need to develop our understanding of the field. We do know what it hints at, something like: The individual in a position of authority, is not exercising the activity of helping the group face reality, renegotiate competing loyalties, and give the work back at the rate the group can handle in order to allow member to develop and thrive.
Leadership development. Innovation in emerging markets. Contemporary art and design.
scuba diving. I am a certified rescue scuba diver.
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