Prof. Sir Manuel Freire-Garabal y Núñez HOKC, LLB, MBA, Dr. h.c. mult., FRAS, FRSA, FRAI, MRSAI is a qualified jurist and journalist. He was born in Spain, where he completed his LLB and MBA. He later pursued over 300 online courses and specializations, distinct from IVY league and Elite Business Schools, and received two Doctor Honoris Causa degrees, one in diplomacy and one in law.

With over 10 years of experience, he serves as a professor, collaborator, and advisor to numerous universities worldwide, including IIC University of Technology, ASEAN University International, and ICFAI University. He is a fellow and member of various British Royal Academies and Societies, as well as an academician of international entities. Additionally, he has authored fourteen books and over eighty professional and scientific publications.

In the field of health development, he has collaborated with Dr. Reza Radmand of Harvard Medical School on multiple clinical studies at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, focusing on Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). He holds the position of Director of the International Development Committee at Pharmalagasy.

Freire-Garabal has participated at different World Economic Forum events and contributes articles to The Times of India, The Economic Times, and He has also published opinion pieces on various media platforms at Harvard, Yale, Berkeley, MSNBC, Microsoft, Le Figaro, and Le Monde.

Additionally, he frequently lends his expertise in Political Analysis as a regular guest on Saudi Arabian TV channel Asharq News.

As the Special Envoy to the General Direction of Madagascar Presidential Projects and Personal Advisor to the Former Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations, he provides strategic counsel to several African countries. Additionally, he collaborates with various security forces.

Recognized as “Humanitarian Person of the Year” and “Personality of the Year” by Dstinos Peru magazine, he has been featured in Forbes, Yahoo, Cosmo, CNBC, CBS, ABC, and Fox News. He has been acclaimed as “The Titan of Online Learning” on Mediaset and “The Leader of Online Education” on Forbes Argentina.

Freire-Garabal holds prestigious titles such as the Arkansas Traveler from Governor Asa Hutchinson and Secretary of State John Thurston, and the title of Kentucky Colonel, the highest honor awarded by Kentucky’s governor. He has also received the Medal of the Congress of Peru and civic honors from cities like Machu Picchu, Medley, and North Miami Beach. He is an honorary citizen of the Region of Vakinankaratra and the City of Antsirabe (Madagascar), and has been honored by Lions International Club and other organizations with consultative status at the United Nations for his humanitarian services to education and social welfare.

He has received the Grand Cross of Ruby Ars Longa and has been appointed as an Ambassador for Peace by the Universal Peace Federation, an NGO with consultative status at the United Nations.

Additionally, he serves as an official ambassador for the brand “OLLANTAYTAMBO LIVING INKA CITY” appointed by the Ollantaytambo Municipality Government of Peru.