Dean of the School of Government and Public Transformation. He has a PhD in Political Science from Harvard University; he has been the Minister of the Interior and has held other public offices. He has also been a visiting professor at Harvard and Stanford.
Araceli Ortega has a PhD in Economics from the University of Essex, a master in Econometrics and Economic Mathematics from the London School of Economics (LSE), and an BSc in Actual Science. She also has a master in Commercialization Science from the University of Texas.
Director de la Sede Monterrey y Transformación de la Gestión Pública
Ciudad de México
Pablo de la Peña Sánchez has a degree in Economics from ITESM, Monterrey Campus, a master in Administrative Science from the State of Mexico campus, and a PhD in Public Administration and Politics from the University of Arizona. Since 1990, Dr.
He is a renowned Mexican analyst and critic, with a PhD in Administration from the Tecnológico de Monterrey and the University of Texas, and he is a PhD candidate in History at Iberoamericana University.
He is a Level-III member of the CONACyT National Researcher System. Among other positions, he has been Mexico’s Ambassador to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, and the general director of the CIDE, where he is currently on a one-year sabbatical.
He is a member of the Mexican Academy of the Language, he has been a guest researcher at Georgetown University and the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, D.C., and he has been a research professor at the ITAM.
He has a PhD in Political Science from Duke University. He is a consultant for the World Bank and is a specialist in Contemporary Mexican Public Policy, particularly the educational reform and anti-corruption policies, fiscal transparency, and accountability.