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Yolanda Martínez Mancilla is a Master of Science in Administration and Public Policy, from Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is a former Fulbright-García Robles Fellow and a current member of its board.

She currently serves as Coordinator of the National Digital Strategy in the Office of the President of the Government of Mexico, before holding the position of Head of the Digital Government Unit of the Ministry of Public Administration, and is responsible for promoting the use of Information and Communication (ICT) in the processes of the Federal Public Administration. Also, in collaboration with the Coordination of the National Digital Strategy of the Office of the Presidency, Mrs Martínez has played a key role in the implementation of the National Single Window GOB.MX, the ICT Policy and in the organization of the XI Meeting of the Forum for Internet Governance (IGF) held in December 2016 in Guadalajara, Mexico; working to insert Mexico into the Knowledge Society.

Yolanda Martínez

Coordinator of Digital National Strategy Office of the Presidency of the Republic of Mexico