“I DO WHAT YOU CAN NOT. AND YOU DO WHAT I CAN NOT. TOGETHER WE CAN DO GREAT THINGS”. Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Dra. María del Carmen Bernal González
María del Carmen Bernal González is the director of the Research Center for Women in Senior Management and professor in the Personnel Management area of the Panamerican Institute of Senior Business Management (IPADE). She holds a PhD in Pedagogy from the University of Navarra, Spain. She has been an advisor to IMIFAP, the Mexican Institute for Family and Population Research, as well as several educational institutions. Participates as a guest commentator in the Business Network program and as a guest lecturer in different forums. President of the Montefalco School Board, Morelos Mexico.
She recently received the Construya Mujer Award for her research work in education and women's issues. She is the author of the book Pedagogical Theory by José Vasconcelos, Ed. Trillas, México, 2004 and co-author with Enrique Taracena F. of the book Talent Feminine in Senior Management in Mexico, Ed. LID, Mexico, 2012. Faces with Female Talent in Mexico , Mexico, IPADE PUBLISING, México, 2014. CoAutora with Patricia Debeljuh and Sandra Idrovo from the book The Feminine Side of Power, Ed. LID. Buenos Aires, 2015. She has written several articles about the theme Women and Senior Management for the magazines EXPANSIÓN, FORBES México y Centroamérica and El Economista. Member of the Mexican Delegation of the Women's Forum for the Economy & Society and of the Consultative Council on Gender Equality and Inclusion of Walmart de México. Delegate from Mexico for Women 20 at the G20 headquarters Turkey 2015, China 2016 and Berlin 2017. Member of the Council for gender and equality issues of the Forbes Central America and Dominican Republic journals since April 2016.
Mtra. Karla Mawcinitt Bueno
General Director and Founding President of MB Excellence in Communication, an agency specialized in Political Marketing, Reengineering in Communication, Lobbying and Public Relations, created in 2003. She has an MBA in Business Administration and Management from the Business School of Barcelona, and a Master's Degree in International Public Relations from the Complutense University of Madrid, with a specialization in Business Management and Tourism from the Institute of Higher Studies of Spain. She has studies at Harvard University. Has been a visiting professor at Tecnológico de Monterrey University and a columnist in different print and digital media.
Her career spans more than 20 years in the public and private sectors. She has served as a leader, adviser and coordinator of large-scale projects for the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, the Secretary of Public Education, the Government of the State of Veracruz and Pemex, among other institutions. From 2013 to 2016 she worked as General Coordinator of Communication and Image of ProMéxico.
She is a Board Member of the News Agency, NOTIMEX, Panelist and lecturer in international events such as MIT Emtech Colombia, MIT Emtech Spain, WEFCOS Mexico, Forbes Powerful Woman, Council of Foreign Affairs, in New York, "Convergences", at the University of George Washington (GWU), among others. In 2015 she received the "CEO Champion expert" distinction for the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society in Deauville, France. In 2016, she was elected by Grupo Expansión one of the "31 women we love". And also was recently named "Leader of the Future" in the "Mexico Business Summit 2016. In 2017 she received recognition from the National Legion of Honor of Mexico, and is Leader of the Future in "Mexico, Business Summit 2017". In September 2017, she created "Por México Fundación", an NGO focused on education, synergies, private-public sector and gender equality, and in March 2018 she opened the first "Aula Por México". She is passionate about Mexico and her children.
Dr. Reyes S. Tamez
Born in Monterrey. Chemist Bacteriologist Parasitologist from the School of Biological Sciences of the UANL He holds Master's and Doctorate in Sciences specializing in Immunology, by the National Polytechnic Institute and the ENEP Zaragoza, of the UNAM and his postdoctoral stay at the Institute of Cancerology and Immunogenetics in Villejuif, France.
Professor and researcher among the highest categories within the National System of Researchers. Head of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, career coordinator, academic secretary and Director of the Faculty of Biological Sciences. General Secretary and Rector of the UANL, placing it in the highest quality standards in Mexico.
Member of the Scholarships and Research Projects Evaluation Committees in CONACYT and member of the Governing Board of CONACYT. Secretary of Public Education of Mexico. Secretary of Education of the State of Nuevo León, federal Deputy for Nuevo León, president of the Science and Technology Commission. Professor at Harvard University.
LIC. MAURICIO KURI CURIEL
Born in Mexico City, he studied Business Administration with a postgraduate degree in International Marketing. He studied at MIT in Boston and at Harvard Business School, specializing in non-profit organizations and community impact of social responsibility.
He has worked in various global organizations such as Six Flags, Chrysler, General Motors and United Way Mexico, in the areas of internal communication, marketing, public relations and government, with experience in issues of corporate reputation and crisis management.
Mauricio Kuri is currently Senior Vice President at Hill & Knowlton Strategies Mexico and Professor at Tecnológico de Monterrey University. He participates as an automotive analyst in the media, such as the Financial, Bloomberg TV and columnist for the Manufactura Magazine and is a member of the Editorial Automotive of the Reforma newspaper and a collaborator on Excelsior TV.
Dr. RAÚL CAMOU RODRÍGUEZ
Originally from Navojoa, Sonora; Electrical Engineer from the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon. General Director of ISA Corporativo, S.A. of C.V. He was President of the National Advertising Association, A.C., 2010-2012. Treasurer of the Communication Council, A.C., 2010-2012. He is a Board Member of the Self-Regulation and Advertising Ethics Board, A.C. Member of the Mexican Association of Outdoor Advertising and member of the Board of Directors of the Confederation of the Marketing Communication Industry. Counselor of the Mexican Association of Promotional Professionals AMPPRO. He contributes altruistically, through Corporate ISA, in the dissemination of art and culture and social campaigns of non-profit organizations.
He was Councilor of the Pro-Construction Council of the Shrine of the Martyrs of Christ of the Archdiocese of Guadalajara. He is President of the board of trustees at Fundación Comparte Vida, A.C. and of the Alejandro García Durán Foundation "Padre Chinchachoma", A.C. He is a Collaborating Counselor of the Villa de las Niñas de Chalco and Vice-President of the Board of Directors of the FEM Aleteia México civic association.
Doctor Honoris Causa by the American Cultural Institute University. He received the Governor Enrique Tomás distinction from the Senate of the Argentine Republic.
LIC. ROBERTO MOUREY
Roberto is president and founder of Instituto Mettaliderazgo, an international consulting firm specialized in the Calibration of High Speed Cultures to accelerate his performance. Currently he is CCO (Chief Culture Officer) of C-Growth - Institute for Centered Growth, Senior Fellow of Oxford Leadership, Associate Partner of DOOR International, Senior Leader of VitalSmarts, and author of three books to strengthen the art of leading.
He has collaborated in corporations such as Pepsi, Procter & Gamble, Televisa, Monsanto, where he was Vice President for Latin America of the consumer division and in Telefonica as Commercial Vice President for Mexico.
He has taught programs in the United States, Europe and Latin America. Currently, his Mettaliderazgo program is taught at the Anahuac University. He studied business administration at the Iberoamericana University and a postgraduate degree in finance at the ITAM.
Alejandro Madrigal. MD, PhD, FRCP, FRCPath. DSC, FMedSci.
He is a world leader in the area of immunogenetics, cell therapy and stem cell transplantation, Scientific Director of the Anthony Nolan Research Institute in England and Professor of the Department of Hematology at Royal Free Hospital, University of London (UCL). Former President of the European Society of Stem Cell Transplants (EBMT) and Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Pathologists and Pro-Vice-Provost for the Americas for UCL.
He studied medicine at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, was a Clinical Fellow at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute at Harvard University. He completed his doctoral studies at UCL in the British institution Imperial Cancer Research and postdoctoral studies at Stanford University, where he received the prize of "Fellow of the Leukemia Society of America and the" Dean's Fellowship ".
He is an Honorary Member of the Mexican Academy of Surgery, of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts and by the Royal National Academy of Medicine in Spain. National Researcher Level III by the Conacyt and member of the National Academy of Medicine in Mexico and the Mexican Academy of Sciences.
Has more than 520 publications in specialized journals (Nature, Nature Genetics, PNAS, Journal of Experimental Medicine and Blood, etc), has been cited 6117 times.
He has participated as a lecturer and / or moderator in more than 200 conferences and / or courses at an international level. In addition, he chairs or is a member of several international scientific committees and is a member of the editorial board of several renowned medical-scientific journals. He has headed several commissions of UCL and ANRI to Mexico and for that reason agreements have been signed through which intensive collaboration plans are defined during the next years between Mexico and the United Kingdom. For his work the RCP has named him "International Advisor to the Royal College of Physicians Representing Mexico" and UCL Pro-Provost for Latin-America.
Dr. Madrigal has received multiple honors and memberships from the Societies of Oncology in Mexico and Hematology in Argentina and Spain. The Society of Bone Marrow Transplants chose him as president. He has also been awarded the highest recognition in Europe in his specialty, the Van Bekkum Award, by EBMT. He was awarded by the Government of Mexico with the Ohtli distinction, word Nahuatl meaning "way". This recognition is granted to people who have dedicated most of their life and professional activity, to "open a gap to Mexicans" abroad.
He has received the titles of "DOCTOR HONORIS CAUSA", by the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom, by the University of Odessa, Ukraine and by the University of Guadalajara. He was unanimously accepted as a member of the Board of Directors of the Institute of Immunology of the Medical-Biological Federation of the Russian Agency and as a Gold Medal and Honorary Member of the "Polish Society of Immunogenetics" and this year he received the GOLD MEDAL for the United Kingdom.