Open Source Creation – Create, Share, Implement

Compromiso Social
Iniciativas para conectar y orientar comunidades en el logro de metas de colaboración social concretas.
Compromiso Social60 minutos por México
Zero Viajes
Curaduría y logística para la exposición y difusión del arte mexicano alrededor del mundo.
Zero ViajesProducciones artísticas
Proyectos de Emprendimiento
Creación de memorias vivas para familias y corporaciones.

Gestión de la exposición de patrimonio artístico mexicano en entidades internacionales.
StartupsEmprendimientos: Inatia, Mexenas
Covolución - Conferencias
Covolución - Crea, Comparte, Implementa - Es un modelo de colaboración que fomenta la interacción multi, inter y trans-disciplinaria con fines creativos y de innovación. Este modelo toma el concepto de “código abierto” para desarrollo de software y lo aplica en la creación, implementación y desarrollo de planes de acción innovadores en organizaciones privadas, gubernamentales, y sin ánimo de lucro.
CovoluciónColaboración transdisciplinaria

The study and practice of Transdisciplinary Collaboration is of tremendous importance in my life.

During my time at Harvard I founded various collaboration groups with graduate students coming from many different fields of knowledge. We called it the “Open Source Creation Group” which was a cluster of Harvard Graduate and Undergraduate students who believe in transdisciplinary collaboration as the platform to enhance innovation and social integration.

After my time at Harvard I continued developing and sharing the experiences that we had in this collaborative environments. I am now committed to increase and improve the the quantity and quality of effective collaboration in/and between Universities, Companies, Government and NGOs.

I am currently working with many organization from the public and private sector designing collaboration strategies to empower companies, student organizations, business incubators, entrepreneurs, government institutions, NGOs, and citizens who are socially responsible and believe in transdisciplinary collaboration with an Open Source Creation approach, which is based on sharing to create innovation.