I'm originally from El Salvador and I’m currently a business school student at Columbia University where I'm focusing on technology, entrepreneurship, and venture. I’ve complemented my business education by learning to code across the entire web development stack at General Assembly.


    I previously worked at a private equity firm based in Costa Rica called Mesoamerica. Before that, I supported Central American entrepreneurs through a business accelerator and micro-VC called Agora.


    I firmly believe that “software is eating the world." It has yet to do so in Latin America, but it surely will. I hope to accelerate that change.


    I care about improving Latin America through business, technology and innovation


    Columbia University

    Master of Business Administration |  - Present
    I'm currently an MBA candidate interested in technology, entrepreneurship, and venture capital in emerging markets.

    General Assembly

    Full-Stack Programmer | Summer 2015
    This summer, I attended a full-time programming immersive where I graduated as a full-stack developer. Easily the most intense learning experience of my life.

    FinTech Collective

    MBA Associate | Spring 2015
    During my first year of business school, I supported a seed-stage venture capital firm hell bent on re-imagining financial services.

    Mesoamerica Investments

    Senior Analyst | 2012 - 2014
    I worked at a private equity firm investing throughout Central America and the Andean region. I was based out of the Costa Rica office.

    Agora Partnerships

    Associate | 2010 - 2012
    I helped build a business accelerator that supports early-stage entrepreneurs in Latin America. I also managed Agora's micro-VC fund.

    Boston College

    BA International Relations | 2005 - 2009
    As an undergraduate, I focused on learning about International Economics. I graduated with honors.