The Mindful People of AI


Disruptica's L. Lucca Millonig (L) and Veronica Castillo, at the Women Economic Forum 2019 in Cartagena, Colombia.
Diruptica’s mission is to provide the methodologies, platforms, and experts for any business to compete and disrupt in the age of AI.

More than 10 million people have already benefitted from our methodologies and technology.

College students participating in the “AI 4 Development” boot camp co-hosted and sponsored by Disruptica and EAFIT University, Medellín, Colombia, 2018.
Disruptica CEO Jay Anaya being interviewed in Medellín, Colombia, 2018.
“We’ve seen firsthand what AI and technology can do to help people, but it’s equally important to enjoy what you do. Disruptica has purpose, meaning, and we just love the change that we’re creating.”

- Jay, CEO
Our disruptive, diverse, and inclusive team and partners can solve the next generation of challenges like no one else can.
We place great emphasis on continuous training. Being in the forefront of business, customer service, and of course, technology.
Disruptica CEO Jay Anaya at the IMF Annual Meetings in Washington, D.C., October 2019.
Disruptica cofounder L. Lucca Millonig presenting a keynote address on “Can AI be Ethical?” at the Women Economic Forum 2019 in Cartagena, Colombia.
“Working at Disruptica has taught me how to combine teamwork, innovation, and technology to delight our customers with solutions that transform lives.”

- Maria, Project Management

Women make up 65% of the Disruptica team. While 90% of our team is ethnically or racially diverse.

The Disruptica team, L. Lucca Millonig (L), Daniella Restrepo, and Jay Anaya, in San José, Costa Rica, at the PFM Hackathon sponsored by the IMF, the Costa Rican Ministry of Finance, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, August, 2019.
Our essence is about inclusivity, creativity, innovation, disruption, and impact.
Participants at the PFM Hackathon in San José, Costa Rica, August, 2019.
Participants of a financial inclusion study attended by Disruptica, rural Honduras, 2018.

Giving back to communities, 30% of our projects focus on social impact.

Mauricio Toro, from EAFIT University, (L), and Johana Castro, L. Lucca Millonig, and Jay Anaya from Disruptica, at the AI boot camp in Medellín, Colombia, 2018.
“AI is available to everyone and allows us to improve the quality of life of many people, giving us tools to face challenges in an efficient and safe way.”

- Rafael, Development
Our team is like family. We’ve worked together for three years, known each other longer. We have truly grown together from a startup to a company.