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Felix has dedicated himself to strengthening peace, democracy, and the rule of law in Nicaragua. A recognized international expert in civil society and and non-violence as strategy for social change, he seeks to heighten international awareness of what he sees as Nicaragua’s worsening political climate and human rights violations, and to help resource key human rights and pro-democracy organizations.
He is a widely published thought leader, educator, and human rights activist. In addition to his work with civil society as Executive President of IEEPP, a leading think tank in Central America, Felix is also advisor and consultant to private companies in Central America with interest in impact investing. In 2012 he founded Fundación Libertad as a “do-tank” aimed at coordinating his philanthropic and civic initiatives. Felix is a 2009 Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum and in 2010 was inducted into the Aspen Global Leadership Network. In 2015, the Chicago Council on Global Affairs honored him with the prestigious Gus Hart Fellowship for his outstanding contributions in social entrepreneurship and social innovation in Central America. He holds graduate degrees from Havard (MPA) Yale (Fellow) and University of Barcelona (M.Eng).