With 16 years of experience in the IT Industry, Fernando Martínez is the Education Manager at Intel Mexico. As part of his duties, Fernando carries out efforts of Corporate Social Responsibility focused on the education sector, including professional development programs for K-12 teachers. Fernando works closely with universities to contribute in synchronizing technical curriculum with the needs of the IT industry and also to establish efforts that promote tech entrepreneurship in college students. Fernando Martínez holds a degree in Marketing from the Technological University of Mexico and holds a Master of Social Responsibility degree from the Anáhuac University in Mexico City.
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