Carlos Rebellón, “Rebe” is the current Director of Government Affairs for Spanish speaking countries and Canada at Intel Corporation, a world leader in manufacturing of essential technologies that power the cloud and the connected world. Mr Rebellón leads multiple Intel policy priorities subjects in the region such as AI, 5G, IoT, AD, public procurement, and digital transformation.
Mr Rebellón is currently chairman or member of boards at several industry associations in Latin America (IADB BEST network, IADB FAIR LAC Costa Rica, ANDI Colombia, CCIT Colombia and AmCham Argentina).
Mr Rebellón previously served as President of The Colombian National Post Services and as Executive Director of the Colombia’s Communications Commission CRC.
Mr Rebellón has over 17 years of experience in government and multinational companies in telecommunications, technology, and services industries in the areas of regulatory affairs, public policy, public procurement and sales. In addition to being a policy expert, Mr Rebellón has also taught ICT regulation and utilities regulation at Universidad de los Andes, and Universidad Externado in Colombia for more than 14 years.
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