How and when did you get to IE?
I don´t remember exactly but I think six years ago. I was contacted by Custodia Cavana because they needed people to cover the area of communication training and started testing with an elective in Intercultural Communication came out pretty well and started to work and in the MBAP.
What sport do you practice?
What is your favorite book?
The old siren, Jose Luis Sampedro and One Hundred Years of Solitude by García Márquez.
Where were you born?
What is your favorite dish?
Rice in almost all types and croquettes that my mother did.
A memorable moment:
History? The birth of Christ.
What does it mean for you to be a good professor?
The one who gets to make interesting what counts, even if financial engineering.
How do you keep up-to-date?
Reading, assisting me in my turn to classes, courses, conferences, researching my thesis, in constant contact with students.
What is your secret for your classes or presentations?
Listen to those who speak, think about them.
A ritual before teaching:
What is your favorite quote or motto of life?
“If you try, perhaps, if not ever,” Gandhi.
What has been your worst experience in the classroom?
I’ve been lucky in this respect and the truth they have been very few bad experiences. I can count with one hand. Are quite positive and the few bad experiences I’ve taken an apprenticeship so good, so rich that I think are much more valuable than good experiences.