Professor Alejandra Vilalta y Perdomo
Alejandra Vilalta y Perdomo is a senior chief member of the Tecnológico de Monterrey Educational System, a leading private university in Mexico.
She worked for different family businesses and joined the Tecnológico de Monterrey serving, prior her current position, in five different campuses of the multi-campus university system in Mexico.
She served in a range of positions including Campus President, Dean of School, Director of Graduate Programs and Full Time Professor among others. She currently serves as Director of Internationalisation and Student Affairs at the Tecnológico de Monterrey - Mexico City Metropolitan Rectory which includes four campuses.
Alejandra Vilalta y Perdomo has been the driving force behind the creation and development of new academic projects, departments, schools, campuses and also the development of new agreements with different enterprises, institutions and universities (national and international) in different countries from America, Europe, Africa and Asia.
Her fields of academic and consulting expertise include: Internationalisation, Entrepreneurship, Social Community Development, Human Capital, Executive Protocol, and Franchising. On this last subject McGraw Hill published her book as co-author on Development of Franchising Systems in 1997.
She has given lectures in Brazil, Canada, El Salvador, Finland, Greece, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, UK, and USA.
She also manifested civic engagement being an active member of different community groups and associations, leading some of them on their boards. She also holds different individual and team merit awards.
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