Help me to help others.
I've dedicated much of my career to ensuring that Young Entrepreneurs have the space we deserve to thrive in hyperinflation environments not traditionally built for us. I have served on committees to rethink admissions models, raised funds to close the testing, certification, and retention gaps that Latin entrepreneurs face, and now I am tackling the community engagement and accountability gap within non-profit organizations.
My name is Frank Chivico, I am from Venezuela. I decided to stay in this beautiful country and follow my passions. Over the past twenty years, Venezuela has become practically synonymous with crisis. Images from this Caribbean nation depict drawn faces, lines for subsidized food, hospitals without supplies, and riots.
But, there's still a generation that won't give up. I teach entrepreneurship at Las Mercedes Design University. I Serve as a Mentor on a pro bono website called MicroMentor.org. and I Do volunteer jobs as a Hospital Clown and I love to serve people.
And I still want to keep studying to teach all the things that the New Venezuela is going to need
I have been accepted into a very competitive online program at Harvard Business School Online in which I will have the opportunity to study an unique and highly engaging way to learn vital business concepts. Immersing myself in real challenges faced by experts from the worlds of corporate finance, private equity, and investment management, including Laurence Debroux, CFO of Heineken; Paul Clancy, CFO of Biogen; and Alberto Moel, an equity research analyst at Sanford Bernstein. Stepping into their shoes and wrestle with the same issues they faced, while engaging with fellow learners from around the world.
Here you can see all the official documentation about the course and some images that I love
Thank you so much.
Cost of the program
Simón Bolivar University
My work as volunteer.
My profile at MicroMentor.org
And I already have exprience on online courses:
You can verify here