Orazio is a social entrepreneur, professor of public policies and specialist in management of thought centers and civil society organizations. He has conducted research and supported processes of state reform, education, social inclusion, innovation, transparency and access to information in Bolivia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico and Paraguay. He has worked as a teacher in several universities in Ecuador and Spain. He studied at the Escuela Agrícola Panamericana - El Zamorano and at the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador. After his graduation from the Program of Administration and Public Policies of the School of Government John F. Kennedy from Harvard University, Orazio co-founded and was Group Executive Director FARO, a center of thought based in Ecuador that implements initiatives national, regional and global. He has been Founder Curator of the Community of Global Shapers in Quito. She is Ashoka Fellow and member of the Avina Leaders Network for the Sustainable Development of Latin America.