Eduardo represents Fundación Paraguaya, an NGO that since its foundation in 1985 has spearheaded microfinance and entrepreneurship in Paraguay and the world. Before, he worked in various roles in that sector including the development of a program called Businesses Without Poverty. The program aims to measure and eradicate multidimensional poverty in private companies using a method called Poverty Stoplight. He is in the board of Teach a Man to Fish, a UK charity that promotes change in developing countries through entrepreneurial education.
Eduardo holds a degree in Sociology from Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile. He was recognized as Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum & Chevening Scholar for an MSc in Innovation and Entrepreneurship at University of Warwick.