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2017 EB Candidate – Dante Malpartida

Dante Malpartida

What is your nationality?


What is your city and country of residence?

Utah – United States

Please describe your AIESEC experience and accomplishments.

When I joined AIESEC, back in 2007, I was starting my fourth year of studies. Since AIESEC is a platform, and it is providing opportunities for people who are willing to challenge themselves, I decided that I could still improve working with people and I could “activate the leadership”. Thus, I was part of talent management area being on charge of all the recruitment process in my LC (Lima University). For one year, I was working in this area. Afterwards, I decided to challenge myself, and I applied to Peruvian MC as MCVP of Project. My job was lead the incubation of educational projects base on internships around Peru. I started the big wave of social internships around education following the example of Brazil and Colombia,. My accomplishments were the implementation of projects generating results (internships) in each LC in Peru. Nowadays, these projects have continued generating impact and changing lives about children, members and trainees.

Please describe your AIESEC Alumni experience and accomplishments.

My AISEC Alumni experience started in the RAC 2015 in Ecuador. One of my dreams was swimming in Galapagos Island, and this congress was a good opportunity to come true this dream. In the middle of our regular congres activities, I discovered a small table called Social Impact with 5 people talking about the potential of our organization to change the world. In that moment, we decided that it was important to have an agenda about global issues and help the social initiatives of Alumni. As consequence, the regional congress should promote and enable this kind of activities. Furthermore, I joined the social impact team. In the last two years, I have been making sure that the global issues and social impact have been part of the agenda of the regional conferences in Iberoamerica. After RAC in Bogota, I was invited by Martin Branchi to be part of Alumni to world team in AAI. My job was to work with AI to organize the hall of fame campaign for the AIC in Poland. By the time, I realized that the problems in Alumni Iberoamerica were shared with all the regions in the world. First, we are not clear about our purpose and there isn’t a clear message about it. Second, there are not programs for Alumni Juniors as

consequence they are not attracted to the organization. As solution, I have been working in AAIB in four strategies to be replicated in global level: First, recruit the national alumni to world director to seek the alumni who are creating a social impact in their countries and develop a network of change agents. Second, enable the mentoring program which connect the seniority and experience of our alumni with members with social initiatives who has different kinds of necessities around their projects. Third, put in the AAI agenda the SDGs, generating knowledge and discussion in alumnet, looking to sign a global partnership with the UN. Fourth, achieve a partnership with Impact Hub to develop our first program for Alumni Junior.

Please describe your professional experience and accomplishments.

I am Industrial Engineer and after my experience developing educational project in AIESEC I felt in love with the education field. So I decided left everything and start my own company called Educa 360 which advice educational institutions in terms of processes, global certifications and educational experience. Mainly focused on oriented these institutions to develop young change agents to have a positive impact in society. Currently Math and Science teacher in Utah Valley University and candidate to Mind, Brain and education Master in Harvard Graduate School of education

What is your vision for AAI?

SUSTAINABILITY, Partnerships means money, money means better operations, better operations means growth and impact thus sustainability. WHY, We need to understand what are our purpose and be sure that everyone in organizations understand it. We need to be clear about our contribution and direct all our operations to that goal. EXPERIENCE, There are three kind of alumni: Senior, full and Junior. We need to garantize them programs to cover their particular expectations and necessities as alumni.

What skills and perspective would you bring to the Executive Board?

Passion and purpose, I believe in the power of our organization which make me a full motivated member who impulse the team to achieve their goals Make the things happen, I am an achiever focus en results and the impact which it generates.

What, specifically, would you most like to work on as an EB member?

Alumni to world programs

Are you willing and committed to undertake responsibility for developing, implementing and overseeing specific tasks at AAI?


Will you be able to attend two in-person meetings per year and participate in monthly calls?


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