Since I left the ICC’s Office of the Prosecutor, I have been reflecting on how to transform my experience addressing global problems into relevant data. I learned that the reactions to massive crimes or corruption problems are managed by a few thousands individuals around the world. They could be prosecutors in Brazil, politicians in Burkina Faso or diplomats in Oslo. There are not so many public officers involved on these issues. They could also be software programmers from Sillicon Valley or traders in Shangai. Private sector has a role. I want to create a community of practice discussing case studies and new ideas with the emerging leaders and the new generation. This is why I am creating an online academy on solving skills focused on global issues.