Leticia Jauregui Casanueva is the co-founder and CEO of Máquina, an insurance and pensions innovation lab specializing in the disruption of insurance and pensions through technology. Máquina mission is to make insurance fair and accessible. In 2017 it launched Kimmo, Mexico’s first Pay-As-You-Drive insurance app, and Asegura Todo , the first insurance chatbot in Latin America that offered two months of free home insurance to 10,000 homes after the devastating September 2017 earthquake in Mexico. Leticia has presented her work on exponential technologies and innovation, entrepreneurship and gender equality at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Google, the OCDE and TED, amongst others. In 2008, Leticia founded Crea that trains & advises low-income women micro and small entrepreneurs in marginalized communities to strengthen & grow their businesses. To date, Leticia serves as a Board Director and Crea has worked with over 50,000 women, benefiting them and close to 125,000 members of their families and communities. Leticia has received multiple awards and recognition for her work as a social entrepreneur, including an Echoing Green Fellowship, a GLG Social Impact Fellowship, she’s recently been selected as a Rising Talent by the Women’s Forum and is a member of the Global Shapers Community of the World Economic Forum. In 2017 she was named one of Mexico’s Most Powerful Women by Forbes Magazine. She holds two licenciaturas from ITAM in Mexico City (International Relations 2004 and Economics 2005), two M.Sc. from the University of California Davis and is a graduate of the Global Solutions Program at Singularity University (2013). Selected to participate in the Executive Seminar on Leadership, Values, and the Good Society.
Letica Jauregui Casanueva
Leticia Jauregui Casanueva is the co-founder and CEO of Máquina, an insurance and pensions innovation lab specializing in the disruption of insurance and pensions through technology.