Forsan is a social and business entrepreneur currently serving as the Co-founder and Managing Director of Zaitoun Ventures. Prior to Zaitoun Ventures, Forsan was the Chief Executive Officer of the Jerusalem International YMCA and the Three Arches Company. Forsan started as a social entrepreneur at the age of 10 and ever since he has created several organizations that promote Middle East peace and foster regional cooperation.
CEO of Magma Partners; seed venture fund investing in Latin America’s future. Founded his first company at the age of 15 and two years later it was a profitable national business with over 125,000 users and was acquired by a publicly traded company. Months later, he co-founded Entrusted, a software that helps people access, transfer and delete online accounts after someone dies, which was also acquired by SecureSafe.
Social entrepreneur focused on addressing urban poverty. Soledad became the youngest Minister of the Cabinet and the first woman to assume the leadership of this ministry when appointed by President Cartes. In her first year in office, Soledad was able to multiply the production of social housing at the national level four times the average.
Bronze star recipient Michael Madon, transitioned from the government treasury intelligence field to create a cybersecurity company, Ataata, which after only two years in operation was recently acquired for an undisclosed seven-figure lump sum.
Founder of Mulu Labs, investor-backed tech team in Silicon Valley looking to solve big problems.
Former Co-founder of Interminds, the largest marketplace connecting attraction centers with interactive attractions, with over 130 Fortune 500 clients globally.