Gerardo González-Aleu González, a graduate of the undergraduate program in Industrial Engineering and Systems, has received recognition for his career from the Board of the Continuity Program of the Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección de Empresa (IPADE), the Board of the Chamber of the Manufacturing Industry of Nuevo León (CAINTRA), and the Board of the National Auto Parts Industry Association (INA).
Mauricio Guajardo Touché, a graduate of the Industrial and Systems Engineering undergraduate program decided to make a career change and become a ceramist, deleting the curriculum he had built up to that point, at 38 years of age, and start over. About this crucial decision, Mauricio commented: "After graduating, I worked for almost 15 years as an IIS and in Management in the Industry, and even though I liked it, I always felt that there was something missing.
Alejandro Villarreal, a graduate of the undergraduate program in Industrial and Systems Engineering, is a pioneer in the incorporation of experiences and adventure into learning for human and organizational development. He has led leadership programs in which he has incorporated challenges, high-impact activities, adventure, organizational development, and many other challenging activities.
Originally from Nuevo León, Manuel Enrique Sánchez Martínez graduated from the undergraduate program in Industrial and Systems Engineering and from the master’s degree program in Business Administration. Since 2006, he has been the head of the Division Office of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), in charge of Sustainable Development for the states of Nuevo León, Coahuila, and Tamaulipas.
Deyanira Delgado Vallejo, a graduate of the undergraduate program in Industrial and Systems Engineering is the Co-founder and Director of Aportemos.com and she was distinguished in the 2014 ExaUDEM Success Stories event.
Carlos was the mayor of the municipality of San Nicolás de los Garza from 2009 to 2012. He was a member of the State Executive Committee and the State Council from 2007 to 2010. He has been Transport Manager and Logistic Projects Manager with the Home Depot Mexico, as well as Logistic and Commercial Development Manager at Femsa, among other positions he has held.
The Esquivel Téllez brothers started “Blooders” five years ago. It is a movement which aims to change the way in which the people of Nuevo León regard altruistic (voluntary) blood donation.
Raúl García Rodríguez, a graduate of the undergraduate program in Computer Technology Engineering, won the Beatriz Espejo National Tale Prize, a contest entered by 264 literary works from all over the country. “The tale is about the kidnapping of a person, but from the particular point of view of the abducted, what he is feeling in those moments, his anguish, his anger, his helplessness. All of this makes him reflect on what’s behind the violence he is suffering,” Raúl told us about the story he developed, based on the experience two of his friends had when they were kidnapped.