General Coordinator of Multidimensional Security in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico. He is in charge of negotiations on cybersecurity, transnational organized crime, arms trafficking and arms control, world drug problem, corruption and emerging security challenges.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations (National University of Mexico); Master’s Degree in Diplomatic Studies (Matías Romero Institute); and PhD Studies in Political Science (UNAM). He also has graduated specialized studies in Spain (Jose Ortega y Gasset Institute), and the Institut de Hautes Études Internationales, Geneve, Switzerland.
He has represented Mexico in several global and regional meetings. He has been selected as a Member of the UNGGE 2019-2021 to Advance Responsible States Behaviour in Cyberspace; Representative of Mexico to the OAS Working Group on Confidence Building Measures in Cyberspace, and representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the National Specialized Committee on Cyber Security. He has publications and teaching experience on international security, foreign policy, peacekeeping and development issues.