I received my bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at the “Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey” - The Technological and Superior Studies Institute of Monterrey and my master’s degree at the “Universidad Iberoamericana” – Iberoamerican University.
Since I was 7 years old, I have practiced waterskiing and by 1987 I had broken the national and Latin-American record for Trick skiing in four occasions 1983, 1984, 1986 and 1987.
On march 8, 1988 I had a sports accident that caused me to be a quadriplegic (paralysis of my torso, lower body and legs).
As a disabled waterskier I have been a nine time world champion in tricks, breaking the world record four times. I have won the world championship in slalom six times.
I work as the Director of Institutional Philosophy at the Telethon Foundation and Director of Meaning and Human Development in Nice. I participate as an associate member on the board of trustees at the Tec de Monterrey Campus in Cuernavaca.
I have worked as a consultant for Human Processes and a speaker in conferences on human development for more than 30 years in Mexico, United States, Spain, Portugal, Panama, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Paraguay and El Salvador.