Rodolfo José Letona Montoya is currently the Vice Minister of Communications of the Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing of Guatemala.
Mr Letona Montoya is also Acting Chairman of the Board of Directors of “Empresa Guatemalteca de Telecomunicaciones –Guatel; Acting Chairman of the Board of Directors of Empresa Portuaria Nacional Santo Tomás de Castilla – Empornac; Member of the management board of Fondo Para el Desarrollo de la Telefonía – Fondetel and alternate Director representative of the Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing, Board of Directors of Empresa Portuaria Quetzal.
He has also served as Director of Operations at the Central American Business and Investment Corporation, Sociedad.Anónima, dedicated to developing specialized infrastructure for telecommunications in Central America. Operations Manager in Telecommunications and Technology, Sociedad Anónima; dedicated to developing specialized infrastructure for telecommunications in Central America. General Manager of the company Sistemas de Seguridad LETMON, dedicated to the installation of varied security systems and security logistics.
Mr Letona Montoya has been involved in the telecommunications sector since 1985. He has extensive experience in the development of the telecommunications infrastructure worldwide. Developing national policies in Guatemala to reduce the digital divide and the efficient use of the radio spectrum. Paving the way for the implementation of new 5th and 6th generation technologies (5G and 6G) in the country.
Mr Letona Montoya graduated from Florida International University in Miami Florida, USA with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering.
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