Roberto Martínez Yllescas supports the OECD to increase its relevance and impact in Mexico and Latin America, as he leads the activities of the OECD Mexico Centre. Mr Martínez Yllescas was previously Chief of Staff to Commissioner Labardini as one of the founders of Mexico´s Federal Telecommunications Institute. Prior to that he was a Senior Advisor in the Secretariat of Communications and Transport in Mexico. Mr Martínez Yllescas has over fifteen years of experience working in governmental, multilateral organisations and private sector companies as Government Affairs manager in Mexico at Intel Corp, as well as Central-Southern Regional Chief for the National Telecommunications, Electronics and IT Industry Association of Mexico. He has also been a senior consultant to the United Nations Development Programme, USAID and Mexico´s Centre for Intellectual Capital and Competitiveness.
Mr Martínez Yllescas, holds a BA in International Relations from El Colegio de México, a Master of Science degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a Master’s in Public Policy from Harvad´s J.F. Kennedy School of Government.
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