Thank you for visiting the website. I am an entrepreneur, senior advisor, mentor, and author with a global and multidisciplinary perspective. I have served on several boards of directors and have worked in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Latin America in the private, public, academic, and NGO sectors. I have a B.A. in anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.

I lead Chica Latina/Mundo Chica Latina, a social and business platform whose purpose is to inspire girls to become conscious, strong, creative, empathic women capable of making their dreams come true and leave their mark in the world. We create videos, articles, interviews, content, and products in alignment with our purpose.

I decided to create this blog to share knowledge, ideas, and experiences linked to entrepreneurship and innovation in emerging economies, as I enjoy both collaborating and writing.


Percy Vigil

I appreciate a book from the title, and I found this one great. The clarity in the concepts, complemented with examples in many categories, makes The Big Leap a different and inspiring book that I recommend reading to entrepreneurs, business people in general, and students.
An excellent contribution from Jackie Saettone for all those who are thinking about innovation in any field.

Jorge Medina

An excellent book that, with practical examples, invites us to reflect on how "out of the box" thinking processes allow us to innovate and achieve transformations that generate value and positive impact in different areas of the economy and society.

Jose Antonio La Rosa

I admire Jackie Saettone very much. I have been fortunate enough to have known her for over 20 years. She is a visionary, world-class Peruvian leader. Studying at Harvard and working in Asia and Europe allows her to have very advanced knowledge of Business and Innovation worldwide.
This book is an indispensable contribution for all businessmen, entrepreneurs, and young people who want to gain competitiveness and make the world a better place.
I read this book in 2012 and again in 2021, and I find it more relevant, valuable, and enriching than ever.
This book is the contribution of a brilliant mind and a deep heart.
I wholeheartedly recommend it.