About me


I am a consultant, facilitator, trainer and a certified coach for generative change.

After my Ph.D in Physics, I started my career as a scientist in technological innovation and contributed to the field for more than a decade, enjoying an exciting multidisciplinary work and a multicultural life environment. Until the need to profoundly revisit the paradigm that is driving science and technology in contemporary culture has called me.

I immersed myself for many years in learning more about the theory of complexity and systems thinking, embracing a systems view of life and a complex vision of cultural transformation. My personal, profound resonance with the principles and values of the new science (in biology and physics) supported me in the development of a holistic view of problem-solving and creativity.

In 2011, I started my own practice as a trainer and facilitator of creative thinking. As I became engaged in contributing to the paradigm shift occurring now in our culture, I trained myself in Theory U, developed at MIT in Boston and the Presencing Institute.

This is a change framework and set of methodologies at the intersection of science, consciousness, and profound social and organizational change.

As a facilitator for Generative Collaboration, and as a certified Generative coach, I use the principles and practices of the third generation Neuro-Linguistic Programming, (the Systemic NLP) and the International Association for Generative Change (IAGC).

Today I combine my experience as a researcher, systems thinker, generative coach and facilitator of collective intelligence to to access complex thinking and systems perspectives, build a new mindset and new capacity, and contribute to the transition toward a new thriving culture of generativity, resilience, and wellbeing.