Amalia is working with the University of Florida to coach team entrepreneurs to become better persons, train themselves for the current world and create organizations that make sense. She works in Leinn, the first official degree in Europe that teaches leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship. She has previously worked in Startup Europe, an initiative of the European Commission to promote and stimulate startup-friendly ecosystems and La Nave Madrid, a public-private partnership providing space promoting tech and innovation events with a social focus.
On a personal level, Amalia is committed to bringing to the world knowledge and wisdom to create societies that are more connected to love and nature. She is now studying the work of Gerardo Schmedling and she is usually involved in collaborative projects that help people increase their wellbeing.