Co-Founder, Fuckup Nights and Executive Director, Failure Institute
Leticia Gasca is co-founder of the Fuckup Nights movement and Executive Director for the Failure Institute, the first think tank in the world devoted to study business failure and the reasons behind it.
From a very young age she was committed to make the world a better place. When Leticia was only 20 years old, she represented Mexico at the United Nations during the 62nd Session of the General Assembly.
In 2014, she was recognized as a Gifted Citizen for leading one of the 30 most innovative projects in the world; and in 2015, she was awarded as Woman Entrepreneur of the Year.
More recently, Leticia was featured by OZY Magazine as a “Rising Star” and by The Economist as one of the “Voices from 2040”. She is the author of the book Surviving Failure, and a columnist at several newspapers and magazines.