Director of High Impact Entrepreneurship Programs
Victor is a public official with almost 10 years of experience in the Federal Public Administration, where he has specialized in the design and evaluation of public policies that aim to encourage innovative and scalable entrepreneurship. He currently serves as Director of High Impact Entrepreneurship Programs at the National Entrepreneurship Institute (INADEM), where he promotes initiatives that improve the financial capacities of entrepreneurs and develop networks of angel investors. He also promotes applied research on entrepreneurial education for early ages, intrapreneurs development, spin-off of traditional enterprises and the venture capital industry. Recently, he promoted the collaboration of INADEM with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology through to make available for Mexican entrepreneurs and trainers the tools developed by MIT in logistics, advanced manufacturing and its disciplined entrepreneurship model. He is currently working on the design of a program to promote scientific entrepreneurship in Mexico. He has participated as a representative of Mexico at the World Bank Conference on "High Growth Entrepreneurship" in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; as well as the "Workshop on the Development of SMEs" organized by the Taiwan International Cooperation and Development Fund. Parallel to his professional activities, Víctor participates in designing social interventions to develop capabilities for vulnerable communities, located at the mountains of the state of Guerrero. Victor holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Monterrey Tech and Master's degree in Public Management at Center for Economic Research and Teaching.