Author

Differences That Make A Difference

Differences That Make A Difference is a book written by Pedro David Espinoza and Jorge Luis Titinger. The book is about how important is inclusion for companies, organizations, and individuals to innovate in the 21st century. Authors Espinoza and Titinger interviewed 150 executives such as Reed Hastings, Eric Schmidt, and Jonathan Rosenberg to provide tangible steps for companies to take in order to foster a culture of belonging. The foreword has been written by America’s best CEO, Pat Gelsinger (VMware CEO). The introduction has been written by Dr. Anita Sands (Symantec, Pure Storage, and ServiceNow board member). 

Angel Investor

Kiwi Campus

Kiwi is an on-demand food delivery service operating on the University of California at Berkeley campus. Founded in 2015, it allows students to order food via an app and have it delivered by autonomous robots. This technology startup founded by Colombian immigrants, has been disrupting the food-tech industry through its scalable business model. 

Angel Investor

Feed.FM

Feed.FM is a platform for digital media that allows for engaging mobile experiences through music. It’s goal is to utilize music for positive results in business as well as overall customer satisfaction by curating custom stations and branded mixtapes.

Angel Investor

Nadine West

Nadine West is a monthly clothing subscription software company that caters to women of all clothing sizes (S-3XL). 

President & CEO

Pan Peru USA

Pan Peru is a 501(c)3 organization that promotes education in Peru by building libraries, greenhouses, and computer labs, helping over 3,000 children get access to technology. One of its programs is Alpaca — a platform that empowers rural women to market, design, and monetize their handmade clothing garments such as sweaters, mittens, and scarves. With the mission to empower underserved women to become entrepreneurs, Alpaca has helped 20 women commercialize their handcrafted products to over 10 states and 2 countries. Donate to support women to become entrepreneurs. 

Advisory Board Member

Children Now

Children Now takes a whole-child approach, covering the full-range of key children’s issues, from prenatal through age 26, including early childhood development, education, children’s health, childhood trauma and resilience, foster care, and youth justice.