Alejandro Sanchez is a Charter Member of United Service Rotary Club. Sanchez most recently served as a Central Las Vegas Summer Fellow for Organizing for America (President Obama’s Re-election Campaign). In 2011, he worked as Systems Area Manager for Verti, a subsidiary of Mapfre, overseeing Monitoring, Planning and Systems Operations in Madrid, Spain. Prior to this in 2011 he participated on the opening panel for the European Year of the Volunteer, serving along side with the Princes of Spain and the Spanish Minister of Social Affairs. In 2010, he worked as MVS Operator at the Spanish Internal Revenue Service (Agencia Estatal de Administraciones Tributarias). Sanchez is the Founding President of “Mostoles Wireless” in Mostoles, Spain. Additionally, he served as a Youth and Education Volunteer with the Spanish Red Cross. He is certified in Psychological First Aid by that same institution. Sanchez is also working with David Diaz, PhDc and other international experts to help develop the technical aspects of The Sustainable Peace Education Project. He served as an IT Instructor at Mostoles Wireless from 2005-08, lecturing on Cyber Security and Telecommunications in general. Sanchez is certified in: Managing Availability using vSphere 4, VTSP 4, VSP 4, VCP 4.1 (Course). He has also undertaken the following courses: IBM z/OS Operations, AIX Administration & Linux Administration.
Prior to moving to Tijuana, BC, Mexico to work as CIO for Globalisimo, he spent a season in San Diego, California helping Dr. Sue Hauwiller develop the technical side of her successful on-line Continuing Education Website. His current research interests include but are not limited to: Psychology, Human Behavior, Social Media, and IT Research & Development. Sanchez was first made a Rotarian at the age of 27 in the Madrid Cibeles Rotary Club in his hometown of Madrid, Spain. He is a frequent Speaker on Cyber Security and other IT topics. He is a member in good standing of ISOC.