Fernando Fabre is the president of Endeavor, an organization that leads the high impact entrepreneurship movement around the world and a pioneer in supporting amazing entrepreneurs with the power to solve the world’s greatest challenges. Prior to joining Endeavor Global he was the managing director of Endeavor Mexico.
In 2002 he and his professor, Dr. Richard L. Smith, were appointed by President Fox under the Partnership for Prosperity Program to develop a set of guidelines to build an entrepreneurial culture in Mexico. Among these guidelines were suggestions to create a Mexican association of venture capital funds and more recently the creation of a US$50 million a year program to launch SME IPOs in the Mexican Bolsa.
In 2003 the magazine Lideres Mexicanos called him a “Leader of the Future”; and in 2007 the magazine Expansion called him one of the “30 under 40” Mexican leaders. In 2009 he became a Kauffman Fellow.
He holds an MA in economics from Claremont Graduate University and a BA in managerial economics from Universidad Anahuac del Sur.
He lives in New York City with his wife and daughter.