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Tania is a self-made serial Social Entrepreneur and Architect, Founder and CEO of “Green Habitat Developments” a Real Estate Investment Trust and Co-Founder of an Non-Profit Organization “Green Habitat Preservation” among with other startups in different industries; she holds two Master’s Degrees in Business Administration, Management and Finances from The University of Texas at Austin - The Red McCombs School of Business and EGADE Business School and a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education.


Tania is an International public speaker and passionate activist about sustainability and green practices, she speaks to business, political and community leaders in English and Spanish about how sustainable business models promote consciousness, ethical production and consumption cycles are urgently needed for our world in order to achieve sustainable relationships between Humankind and our natural Eco-systems.

As a committed world traveler she had visited more than 36 counties with a vast diversity in continents like Africa, Asia, America and Europe and managed business relationships in countries such as India, Singapore, China, Taiwan, Spain, France and lately traveled to Jordan and Egypt to meet diverse groups embracing social change and in search for technological innovations. She advocates for the dignity and quality of life through the practice of Green Architecture to empower individuals and communities to live with in balance and harmony with nature.

Tania has been interviewed about Sustainability and Green Practices on TV such as “CNN México”, “Green TV” and “Efekto TV”, various radio stations and National newspapers such as “The Sol the Mexico”, “Reforma”, “Milenio” and “El Economista” and had been published in the international journal of The Club of Budapest Americas (COBA) on her article “Green Architecture in High Density Cities”and recently in a panel discussion about “Social Acupuncture” for NEXUS summit at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, USA.

Further, Tania serves as an advisor for the MBA program at McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas in Austin MBA Advisory board and is an active board of director’s member for Memnosyne Institute in Dallas, Texas and is an active member for Indigenous Issues Working Groups and currently is serving as an Ambassador for Hispanics groups in Texas to advocate for Immigrants rights.


David Woolfson is a business lawyer in private practice in Toronto, Canada and a ‘world futures actionist’ addressing many of the unprecedented societal and ecological challenges and opportunities now before us. He focuses on new thinking and actions emphasizing ‘whole-system’ approaches and solutions that blend social and technological innovations with the evolution of our collective consciousness toward a peaceful and sustainable future for all


Permaculture/ indigenous cultures student & natural farmer learning from the wisdom, beauty and mystical power of Mother Nature, the greatest artist,  in designing healing green landscapes/structures, growing nourishing, vibrant  foods/medicine, supporting & seeking guidance from indigenous communities and living in harmony with sacred pacha mama. 

Assisting Green Habitat with natural building/landscape design including green roofs, living walls, natural pools, rain catchment systems and alternative energy sources. 

Additionally, through the Green Habitat Foundation,   connecting with and aiding indigenous communities in the region as well as  projects protecting local flora & fauna such as the threatened Melipona bees and sea turtles.


 Originally fron the south of Mexico, José has Master's Degree in Natural Resource Management. Academic technician of the South Border College Chetumal Unit, Q. Roo, in the Marine Pollution Laboratory Research work on coral reef ecology and marine pollution projects. Sustainable Development Management in Xel-ha Park


Is native of Yucatán Mexico, plant lover, dedicated to the rescue of flora before each construction, joins the team to share their experience and translate it into each project.

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