Alejandro Enríquez Quintana | Field Corps Trainer
Alejandro has a degree in International Relations from the UIA, with a Master’s Degree in Project Management from the University of Alcalá, as well as Micro – Masters in Marketing Analytics and International Law.
He has held various positions of responsibility in Nacional Financiera (NAFIN); Foreign Affairs at the Mexican Consulate in Minnesota; in the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit as Deputy Director of Bilateral Affairs in charge of coordinating international representation visits, as well as negotiation tables and financial cooperation; and Instituto de Seguridad y Servicios Sociales para los Trabajadores del Estado (ISSSTE) where he belonged to the Medical Directorate as responsible for special projects.
His career has also included political campaigns and various collaborations with civil society associations.
Currently, he is one of PSYDEH’s Field Corps Trainers developing training in various topics of the humanistic area with the aim of making a positive impact in the Sierra Otomi – Tepehua and its communities.
“I joined the PSYDEH team because of the great positive impact it generates in the most vulnerable societies of the country, we also share similar values and objectives, always looking to develop new ambitious programs that leave a mark.”