Marcos Salazar

Marcos Salazar is the founder of, a story + resource sharing platform for social entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs to share new ideas, experiences and lessons learned from creating innovative forms of social impact. He is also the co-founder of Be Social Change, a community of over 2,000 change makers collectively building a network that fosters the spreading of new and innovative ideas, supports building an infrastructure for social entrepreneurship, and provides opportunities for members to make the world a better place. Marcos is the former Vice President of Programs at The White House Project and a technology strategiest for Girl Scouts of the USA. He is the author of The Turbulent Twenties Survival Guide, an expert speaker on the psychology of life after college, Gen Y, and Millennial topics, owns two hyperlocal clothing companies in New York City and Washington, DC., and is a former elected official in New York City. Marcos has a psychology degree from Amherst College and a Masters in Organizational Management as well as a certification in Leadership Coaching from The George Washington University.