Eileen Matus Calleros
Director of the Master’s Degree in Law of the School of Government and Public Transformation
Director of the Master’s Degree in Law of the School of Government and Public Transformation of Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico City.
Director of the LegalTec Lab. BA in Law, Instituto Tecnológico Autónoma de México (ITAM) and BA in Political Science, Florida International University (FIU).
Dean of the School of Social Sciences and Government of Tecnológico de Monterrey
PhD and MA in Political Science, Harvard University. BA in Political Science, ITAM.
He has been a professor in the School of Government John F. Kennedy, Harvard University.
Adolfo De Unánue
Academic and Research Director in the School of Government and Public Transformation of Tecnológico de Monterrey
Academic and Research Director in the School of Government and Public Transformation of Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico City. In this role, he coordinates the efforts to integrate Data Science into topics of Public Policy. Founder and Director of the Center of Data Science in ITAM.
Alejandro Díaz Domínguez
He has a PhD in Political Science from Vanderbilt University, and is a graduate of the ITAM in the same major, and he also has Philosophy studies. His research goes from public opinion, religion, and politics to research methodology.
Carlos Brambila Paz
Director of the PhD in Public Policy, School of Government and Public Transformation of Tecnológico de Monterrey
Director of The Transformation and Entrepreneurship Laboratory
Eliseo Ocampo Jaramillo
PhD in Law, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain. He has worked in the General Direction of Radio, Television and Cinematography of Secretaría de Gobernación (SEGOB) and in the General Coordination of Social Communication of the Presidency of the Republic (Mexico).
He has been a university professor in law, political marketing, public image and communication. Currently, he is the director of the BA in Law in Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico City Campus.
Grisel Ayllón Aragón
Associate dean of the School of Social Sciences and Government of Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico City.
PhD in Economic Analysis, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. BA in Economy, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico City Campus. Her field of research is the social election and political economy. She has participated in diverse consultancy projects such as the use of cash in Mexico and pension systems among others. She has collaborated in El Universal and El Economista. She was a member of the National System of Researchers (SNI), level I, CONACYT (2014-2021).
Guillermina Benavides Rincón
Director of the Master’s Degree in Prospective and Strategic Studies
PhD in Social Work and Compared Policies for Social Welfare, the University of Texas at Arlington and Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León. MA in Public Administration and Public Policy, BA in International Relations, Tecnológico de Monterrey.
PhD and MA in Public Policy, Harvard University. BA in Economy, ITAM. Professor of the School of Government and Public Transformation of Tecnológico de Monterrey.
Jesús Silva-Herzog Márquez
Member of the Academia Mexicana de la Lengua. Silva-Herzog has been a guest researcher at the University of Georgetown and the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, DC. He has been a research professor at ITAM.
Josefina Cortés Campos
BA in Law, graduated with honours, ITAM. Josefina coursed diplomas of specialization in the electric sector, in the MA program in Economy of the Electric Sector, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, as well as the Diploma Specialization in Constitutional Law and Political Science, Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales de Madrid. PhD in Law, Cum Laude distinction, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.
Her publications are focused on administrative law, regulation of public services, economic competence and the energy sector.
Juan Carlos Marín
PhD in Law, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. BA in Legal and Social Sciences, Universidad de Chile. His publications are focused on the extra-contractual liability law, State liability, precautionary measures and the general theory of procedure.
Saúl López Noriega
BA in Law, ITAM. PhD in Political Philosophy and Constitutional Law, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, graduated with Magna Cum Laude distinction. His research areas are constitutional law, law and new technologies. Saúl is a member of the National System of Researchers (SNI), level I (CONACYT).
Luis Serra Barragán
Chief Executive of the Energy Initiative of the School of Government and Public Transformation, Tecnológico de Monterey.
PhD in Economy, University of Warwick. Master’s degree in Applied Economic Analysis, Universidad de Alcalá and Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
Macario Schettino Yáñez
Miguel Angel Toro
Political consultant and analyst mainly focused on economic development projects.
Currently, he is the Director of the National Program of Government and Public Transformation of Tecnológico de Monterrey. MA in Public Policy, the University of Chicago. BA in Economy and Political Science, ITAM.
Pablo de la Peña Sánchez
Director of Campus Monterrey and Transformation of Public Administration
Director of Campus Monterrey and Transformation of Public Administration PhD in Public Administration and Policy, the University of Arizona. Master’s Degree in Administrative Sciences, Tecnológico de Monterrey. BA in Economy, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey.
Sandra Edith Medellín Mendoza
PhD in Economic Sciences, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (UANL). Master’s degree in Economy with a speciality in Industrial Economy and BA in Economy, UANL.
Her principal areas of research are Economic Development and Labour Economics.
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