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Work experience based on resume.
A set of simultaneous technologies is growing exponentially, with the common feature of being decentralized, and organized in a network. The Network Society project creates a vision and analytical tools to allow individuals, enterprises and the society at large to deal positively with this unstoppable change.
I was invited to speak at the 2014 CI Forum in Auckland. I shared my insights on designing corporate training of CI Tools.
I focus on the design and implementation of strategies compatible with an accelerating future.
In June 2014, I formalized my creative consultancy engagements with the New Zealand-based Live More Awesome Foundation. You can visit their official website right here. What I…
May-August 2014: I worked with CloudM with key accountabilities for the Blerter launch in product education, communications strategy (developing the new website and brand) and channel delivery. Blerter is…
Between 2013 & 2014, I worked as a Learning & Design Strategy Consultant for the Culture and Capability Team of ASB in Auckland, New Zealand.
I worked at e-Blended Learning Solutions from October 2012 to March 2013. I led strategic initiatives in workforce training programs at the intersection of mobile learning and social media including gamification of training for companies in the financial, banking, energy, transportation and infrastructure sectors of New Zealand.
Today I relocated to New Zealand with a new Permanent Residence.
I am in a project with ARIA in collaboration with Reallocate to build an ope source Unmanned Aerial System (UAS).
I am Co-Founder of Matternet, a Singularity University company that will alleviate poverty and accelerate economic growth for the rising billion through a roadless transportation network.
I was part of the Renewable Energy Expedition 2011 which was organized by ACORE (the American Council of Renewable Energy and 2041).
After two years of going through the application process, I am very happy to share that I am becoming a New Zealand Resident this year. My application was…
In March 2011, I was invited to be part of the 2011 Educational Base (E-Base) of 2041. The E-Base is located on the edge of the Russian Bellingshausen base in King George Island, Antarctica.
One-hundreed individuals from the world’s most distinguished academic and professional institutions convened for two days of highly participatory discussion, planning, and action around the topic of design education and sustainability. The output of the Summit is an online toolkit now available for anyone.
I was the Instructional Designer developing the compulsory Multicultural Competency Training for the OHSU workforce (7,400 employees). This program represented an investment of 4,000 workforce hours. The program was developed in under 7 weeks.
Social Media Rockstars is a workshop I gave in 2009. It was based on trends, common misunderstandings and the outlook in the field.
View all of my Presentation Design work right here.
Between 2008 and 2010 I volunteered, created and managed a Ning-based social network for King Abdullah University of Science and Technology.
I developed a Summit Planner and Agenda for the Chicago Convergence 2008. This document was made available as a PDF.
Designed, implemented and conducted training on Social Media, Search Engine Optimization.
As Community Manager, I facilitated the advance creation of 12+ student groups eight months prior to embarkation; Spearheaded early networking (sourcing for scholarships, planning of independent travel, creation of onboard life programs, simulations and seminars among others).
Designed the curriculum and produced a Higher Education Podcasting Series called NautiCast, which was recorded onboard the MV Oceanic II cruise ship.