• From my apartment in New York and using only technology and my contacts in Chile, funded in less than 24 hours, 2 schools in Kenya for 2,000+ children through a Spanish-custom IT platform​ (New York, USA, March 2014)

  • Summiting Mt Kilimanjaro in a record breaking 4 day-hike through the Machame route, considered one of the toughest and longest ways to the top (Moshi, Tanzania, June 2014)

  • Co-founding Yayo fund an NGO in Moshi, Tanzania with only local employees and in less than 6 months being able to support 50+ families with oversees contributions using technology  (Santiago, Chile, June 2014)

  • Co-founding PIC, the first green crowd-funding platform in the world for preserving our planet  (Santiago, Chile, December 2014)

  • Awarded the “Jovenes Lideres” prize by El Mercurio and Adolfo Ibañez University, as one of “Chile’s Top leaders under 35” (Santiago, Chile, December 2015)

  • Finishing Ironman Kona, considered one of the most grueling, tough and difficult one-day sporting events in the world (Hawaii, USA, October 2015)  

  • Representing Chile at the 2016 Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Australia and finishing as a runner-up in my age-group, only 6-seconds short of becoming a World Champion (Sunshine Coast, Australia, September 2016)

  • Becoming a 2x Ironman 70.3 AG World Champion runner-up when finishing 2nd in my AG at the 2017 Ironman 70.3 World Championships (Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 2017)

  • Being invited to deliver the keynote speech for the 750 incoming engineering students (class of 2020) at Pontificia Universidad Católica, my alma matter (Santiago, Chile March 2017)