Learn. Reflect. Create.

A tailored fellowship for leaders
FIGHTING VIOLENCE AND ABUSE in Mexico

 
 
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The Fellowship

The House of Ayni Fellowship is a week-long immersive experience that helps top social entrepreneurs, community leaders and change agents in Mexico to engage with their purpose from a whole new perspective, increase social impact and amplify wellbeing in their lives through deep introspection and reflective self-awareness.

 
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RENEW YOUR POSSIBILITIES


Learn new cutting-edge design thinking, strategy and leadership tools to deepen the purpose and impact of your work.

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LEARN IN
COMMUNITY


Collaborate with other leaders to create new, emerging ways to join efforts in Mexico.

RESHARPEN
YOUR FOCUS


Receive detailed feedback on your work through one-on-one time with mentors renowned for their expertise.

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REFRAME your
OUTLOOK


Leave refreshed, renewed and inspired in your professional and personal life.

 

Redefine what is possible.

 
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Join our upcoming Mexico Fellowship

9 - 15 July, 2019

The next House of Ayni fellowship will take place July 9-15 in Malinalco, a landmark village 115 km southwest of Mexico City. Fellows will embark on an epic journey of learning, connection and community with social impact leaders from across Mexico.

 

Our Ethos

Ayni is the Andean principle of reciprocity, respect and the mutual flow of giving and receiving. We call this program House of Ayni because we believe that the path to help the world is to help one another first. By giving to others and expressing gratitude for what we’ve been given, we receive even more for which to be thankful.

 

Building bridges of Reciprocity

House of Ayni not only supports key activists and leaders of civil society, but also works with those who wish to use their resources to create a systemic, long-lasting and positive change in Mexico. Our upcoming program ‘Journey to Impact’ is tailored to high net-worth individuals looking to align values, wealth and impact.  

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