Feb. 10, 2019


Participants land in Bogota no later than 3:00 pm. Ground transportation to overnight stay at the sustainable coffee farm La Palma y el Tucán.

Welcome reception with co-founder Elisa Madriñán.


Feb. 11, 2019

Experiential Immersion

Morning and Lunch: Breakfast kickoff and program overview. Tour of La Palma y el Tucán, exploring their model for social inclusion with 200 local coffee growers.

Afternoon. Visit an organization developing scalable models that promote the adoption of circular economy practices.

Evening. Networking event at MullenLoweSSP3, the creative agency recognized internationally for “Operación Navidad,” a successful series of campaigns that persuaded thousands of guerrilla members to abandon the armed conflict during the Christmas season for several years.


Feb. 12, 2019

Experiential Immersion + Facilitated sessions

Morning. Graffiti tour around  La Candelaria, the oldest neighborhood in Bogota, delivered by a local graffiti writer with surprise stops and guests.

Lunch at Tábula, the experimental restaurant featured in episode 3 of Anthony Bourdain's show Parts Unknown, with rock musician-turned-chef Tomás Rueda.

Afternoon. Visit to Rappi, a data-enabled courier service that is the fastest growing startup in Latin America, and overview of the startup and venture investment ecosystem in Bogotá.

Evening. Facilitated session to generate insights and ideas, based on the first two days of the program, over snacks and drinks.


Feb. 13, 2019

Experiential Immersion + Facilitated sessions

Morning. Conversation with leaders and former guerrilla members about the process and implications of the peace accord at Corporación Colombia Internacional, an organization working to develop sustainable economic opportunities for small growers. Ground transportation to a farm that is championing the “farm-to-table” movement in Colombia.

Lunch. Conversation with corporate leaders who have taken an active role in the re-insertion of former guerrillas into the economic fabric of the country through the facilitation of reconciliation workshops, training, and employment.

Afternoon. Personal reflection and action planning in a beautiful setting as the program comes to a closure.

Evening. End the program celebrating at Andrés Carne de Res, one of the best restaurants in Latin America, famous for its eclectic 'trash-art' décor and multi-themed experiences, and an important supporter of local artists and artisans.