Profesora: Amy Porter


Amy Grace Porter / USA
Degree: M.Sc.
Course: English

Amanda Wendt Ana Cristina Tamayo Domínguez
EARTH’s faculty is a multi-cultural, world-class group of educators from 18 different countries with extensive teaching and research experience. Faculty are principally selected for their devotion to teaching, their prior experience in agriculture and their commitment to working with young people and members of the community to improve sustainable practices around the world.


Elmer Cantarero Martínez, MBA
New entrepreneurial skills from now and on

The humanistic vision of education demand to a strengthening of ethical principles and values in the process of learning, because society’s success depends on them more than ever. Entrepreneurial skills alone do not transform leaders but values do. Furthermore, there is a large consensus that some entrepreneurial skills are: 1) proactivity and risk-taking, 2) growth orientation, 3) networking skills, 4) leadership, 5) opportunity recognition skills, 6) strategic skills, 7) cooperation, 8) systems thinking, 9) interdisciplinary work, 10) innovativeness. However, there there is no consensus in terms of values needed to transform leaders. The current Pandemic has revealed that from 1-4 entrepreneurial skills are valid mostly in a “normal” setting for any manager in any industry. However, since the world has changed forever, the other six entrepreneurial skills could be the reference from now and on.