I’m Daniel Rubio and this is my personal website.
You can get to know more about my academic background and learn more about my professional experience by scrolling down, visiting my LinkedIn or downloading my resume. If you would like to contact me you can do it here.
INTERNATIONAL AND EXPERIENCED
I have experience in projects related to development communication and awareness campaigns’ evaluation for the sustainable development goals (SDGs) thanks to having completed an internship at the OECD Development Centre in Paris. I have specialized myself in public policy analysis and public affairs and my research interests lean toward the impact of globalization, economic development, and policies aimed at reducing inequality.
In the past, I have held different entry-level and consultancy positions in the private sector in companies like Salesforce, Uniplaces or SAP for sales development, business strategy or innovation projects.
STRONG AND GLOBAL ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business from Universidad Europea and a Diploma in Marketing from the University of California, Berkeley. I have also been a visiting undergraduate student at McGill University. This year, I will complete my second Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations, specializing in European affairs and international political economy at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
PASSIONATE, DRIVEN, ACHIEVER
In 2015, I was the first-ever Spanish student to be selected to participate in the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting in New York. This allowed me to present the live broadcast of the event to the over 1.000.000 students from the Laureate International Universities network in 29 countries. I interviewed political leaders like Julia Gillard, former Prime Minister of Australia, or policymakers like Madeleine Albright, former US Secretary of State, discussing topics such as education for development, international relations or gender equality.
MEDIA CONTRIBUTIONS, INTERVIEWS AND CONFERENCES
I have been quoted in The Washington Post and participated as a keynote speaker for El País con tu Futuro and Laureate International Universities in different education conferences. I have also been interviewed in websites for young professionals such as Talent Street to discuss how companies and organizations can relate to the new generations.