Daniel is a Brazilian executive, expert in e-commerce/e-business, online travel, and information distribution services and platforms.
After launching new businesses in Latin America, such as Viaja Brasil, the first Brazilian online travel agency, and starting Decolar.com in Brazil, Daniel headed the e-business area of the largest middle market bank in the country. He was also CEO of Braspag, the largest payment gateway in Latin America. Most recently, he has become shareholder of R2TECH Systems, an online financial service company, and Chairman at the Board of W7BZ, a private equity fund focused on e-businesses. He has also founded ABCOMM - Brazilian Association of Electronic Commerce.
Outside of work, Daniel enjoys gemology and ocean fishing.
Dina is a social entrepreneur that has introduced an innovative, action-oriented education model called Deportes para Compartir/Sports for Sharing to education systems that have long struggled with passivity and rigidity. Sports for Sharing empowers teachers from a variety of school settings to foster social and environmental awareness while also teaching values, such as empathy, teamwork, and fair play.
Since its inception in 2007, Sports for Sharing has reached more than 400,000 children, teachers, and families in Mexico, the United States, Guatemala, and Argentina. Dina is an Ashoka Fellow and a member of the board of directors of the International Youth Foundation. She is a Vital Voices Lead Fellow, and a World Economic Forum Global Shaper. Currently she is a Hubert Humphrey Fellow in Urban Planning at MIT.
Dina loves ice cream and surfing.
Jorge Nazer is founder and Chairman of Grupo ALTO, an award-winning Chilean company that provides theft and fraud prevention and asset loss mitigation services in retail and other industries, with operations in Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Spain.
A renowned entrepreneur, Nazer has himself received numerous recognitions throughout his career, the most recent of which being the prestigious EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2014. He cofounded both the Chilean and the Latin American Associations of Entrepreneurs, which together encompass more than 50,000 members in the Region. He is also a member of Endeavor Chile’s Board of Directors.
In 2010, he was appointed as National Director of Public Safety by the Chilean government, leading the development of the National Crime Prevention Plan based on its success in reducing crime rates in the retail sector through ALTO.