Psychologist and master in psychology, career professor in the Psychology Program of the Universidad del Rosario. Lecturer in the areas of organizational and work psychology and occupational health psychology. He has dedicated a large part of his academic experience to supervising students in professional practice in the area of organizational psychology and training students on the issues of stress, burnout, health promotion at work, mobbing and sexual harassment at work, job satisfaction, well-being in organizations and selection of people. He has participated in national and international academic events, in addition to contributing to different written communication media. Member of the research group Individual, family, and society of the psychology program of the Universidad del Rosario. His research interests are focused on the relationship between positive and negative indicators of psychological functioning with various employment-unemployment conditions and generations at work. He has also participated in research on issues of aging, ageism, and psychosocial risks associated with the presence of gender and age stereotypes. He leads the research students’ group in psychology, work, and health, which goal is to study diverse themes in organizational and work psychology and occupational health psychology. Member of the NODO of Organizational Psychology and Work of the Colombian Association of Schools of Psychology (ASCOFAPSI).