I am the accidental banker, with broad cultural, environmental and socio-economic interests. I hope to contribute in a small way to make this world a more sustainable one. I was born in Denmark, porque la ciguen~a se equivoco', but am also a proud "chilanga", having lived in Mexico City for five years and worked throughout central Mexico for ten years.
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
Currently, I manage venture capital funds and warrants and am active in Comerica's Texas Hispanic Diversity Initiative. I previously worked as an International Banker. Ideally, I seek to continue this journey by also involving sustainable development and water conservation.
what languages do you speak?
Spanish, Portuguese, English, German, Danish, Swedish, a smattering of Farsi
what countries have you lived in?
Mexico, Greenland, Denmark, Great Britain, the United States, Spain, Germany.
what countries have you visited?
Still hoping to visit: Brazil
what's your Hispanic connection?
Lived and worked in Mexico; studied economic history, anthropology and sociology pertaining to Latin America.
Member of the Dallas Regional Chamber Water Council. Have attended global water / sustainability / climate change conferences in Mexico, Turkey, Sweden and Denmark. I enjoy dance (all dancing, really), music, theater, poetry, cantautores y pen~as, history, modern art, astronomy and space exploration, and sci fi.
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