Environment, Energy and Resilience Programs Officer, UNDP Mexico
Degree in Business Administration from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Studies, Guadalajara Campus and Master in Government and Public Policy from the Universidad Panamericana. He has specializations in project management based on the methodology of the Project Management Institute and in citizenship training by the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente (ITESO).
Mr. González has a history of fifteen years within the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and more than 20 in development cooperation projects. He has specialized in the design, coordination, monitoring and evaluation of technical cooperation programs in sustainable development, including the implementation of initiatives for the conservation of biodiversity, the promotion of Low Emission Development Strategies, the management of ecosystems, the reconversion of production processes, comprehensive risk management and adaptation to climate change, among others.
In his experience, he has designed, implemented and supervised environmental projects of various kinds, including biodiversity conservation, land management, environmentally sound management of hazardous waste, comprehensive risk management, adaptation to climate change, etc.
Mr. González has solid experience with international organizations, as well as with national and local governments, civil society organizations, the private sector, and communities.
He currently collaborates with UNDP Mexico as Environment, Energy and Resilience Programs Officer.
Organización Internacional de Turismo Social
International Organization for Social Tourism