Bettina Gallego Tolkmitt
"Coach and investor. Expert in motivation, stress management and leadership"
Language:English, French, German, Spanish
Bettina Gallego Tolkmitt, teaches courses and gives lectures on motivation, stress management and positive thinking in the corporate and entrepreneurship worlds. In fact, she has developed several methodologies that can be applied successfully to both executives and teams of entrepreneurs. Gallego, who holds an MBA at Wharton School, has over fourteen years of experience in the financial sector as investment fund manager in different organizations in Madrid and London.
She is manager, and a specialized analyst in Sicav investment schemes, at Inversis Bank and co-founded Acumen Management, a venture capital company focused on social and sustainable investments. She also worked at Belgravia Capital, an investment management company specializing in the active management of European equities. Previously she developed her career as a manager and analyst at Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan Asset Management in Madrid and London.
Gallego, also holds degrees in neuro-linguistic programming and coaching from the NLP Academy in London, and is co-founder and member of Hub Madrid, part of the well-known international community of entrepreneurs and social innovators. She, in her role as business angel, helps financing several entrepreneurship projects in Spain and India.
In her public appearances Gallego, who is also an author, aims to answer questions such as: How does our mind work? Are we aware of the power of our brain? What is stress and what are the causes? How to transform negative habits into positive ones? How to be motivated? Or what are the keys to success?
Former Tech Leader at Amazon Web Services and VMware
Sales Coach, Speaker and Author. Creator of the Commercial Intelligence Program: TransformACCIÓN 4x4
Expert in capital markets, private equity and rapid growth companies and Chairman at Newport Board Group
President (1977–1983) and Vice president (1970–1977) of Pepsi. CEO of Apple Computer (1983-1993).