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Alejandro Moreno Pérez
Alejandro Moreno Pérez
Graduate student of International Business at the Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey ITESM and currently student of Financial Management at Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua UACH.
He has been Citizen Ambassador at South American Business Forum SABF in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he discussed how to be able to adapt changing scenarios and take the best of each individual and common agenda of the entire world.
Then, he has been selected as a Mexican delegate for the 7th Youth Forum at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France. Where youth delegates representing 127 Member States discuss "How YOUTH drive change".
At an early stage in his career, Mr. Moreno Pérez was invited to join the 15th World Business Dialogue as a student participant in Cologne, Germany; among 300 exclusively chosen students to enter a discussion about economically and socially relevant with 60 top-class personalities from economy elite, science and politics. Also in 2012, President Bill Clinton named him global leader to attend the Fifth Annual Clinton Global Initiative University Meeting at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. which brings together world leaders to take action on global challenges to create and implement innovative solutions.
Nowadays, He is an official member of Red Vanguardia México, Earth Charter, IMEF, AIESEC, BID Juventud, Consejo de Estudiantes Chihuahua, MENSA México & State System of Researchers in Chihuahua that seeks to help and enhance the youth projects productivity among the country, contributing with feedback and new ideas.
As a youth is characterized as an action committed by a citizen in society through various organizations in which has been involved, most of them regarding youth problems. He enjoy analyzing different subjects such as poverty, sustainable development, democracy, migration, pollution and other social problems based on an economical perspective and framework, for having a better understanding about their causes and seeking answers to common problems, identify good practice and coordinate domestic and international policies.
He currently serves on the Board of Trustees for numerous organizations, and was recently appointed as International Business Developer at ProMexico.
If you want to share ideas or discuss a project, please don't hesitate writing and contact him.