By having the opportunity to travel across countries in Europe and Latin America, I was able to learn about and experience different realities and needs. Because of the mixture that these different experiences offered, I studied gastronomy at the Culinary School of the Americas in Guatemala (ACAM); professional title endorsed by the French Culinary Institute in Lyon “Paul Bocuse”, because I considered this profession, as my first instance, is a good way to unite and approach different cultures and realities.
That knowledge and the work done in supply processes led me to venture into the commercial field, especially in Ecuador, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic.
The experience lived in both continents has allowed me to verify that housing is a crosscutting problem and a need for a large part of the world’s population. My growing inclination to respect nature and care for the environment made me commit to grow with every possibility that allows solving the housing problem with meeting environmental parameters. I firmly believe that it is possible to develop decent and environmentally friendly housing solutions.