Graduated with a Degree in Mechatronics Engineering from the Cancun Institute of Technology, Pedro A. González is a lifelong enthusiast of the internet, science, technology, digital culture and social innovation development, with experience in robotics, IoT, event production, project management, and content creation.
Winner in different challenges, grants, and prizes being recognized as an innovator and youth talent of the academic, civil society, private industry, and government community at a local, regional, national and international level.
Activities related to science, education, technology, research, innovation and entrepreneurship in Los Angeles, Boston, New York, Toronto, Argentina and all over México, including invitations to Harvard, MIT, and UN.
These are the projects in which I am mainly involved.
President & Co-Founder
Mexican non-profit that promotes the preservation of the Mayan culture through digital education and connectivity in rural communities of the Yucatan Peninsula.Learn More
Innovation Program Manager
Technology Park in Cancun with software, innovation and knowledge-based environment that seeks to boost the creative and tech industry in the state of Quintana Roo.Learn More
Collective learning community that promotes education through digital media content in the field of science and technology with more than 4 million global followers.Learn More
During my experience I have been invited as speaker, lecturer, workshop facilitator, and even as host during all kind of activities, at universities, for the private and public sector.
I had the opportunity to meet Mr. González after being chosen as one of the three innovators to represent Mexico at the headquarters of the United Nations in New York, and all I can say is that we are at a time when science, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship are key pieces for personal, professional and social development and Mr. González is undoubtedly an important asset for these areas for his country. Roberto Islas Telich
Chief of Administration
Permanent Mission of Mexico to the United Nations
Pedro Antonio has helped us to coordinate projects on community networks and Internet of Things committed to the ideals and objectives of the Internet Society globally. It is important to mention that, as an engineer, his communication skills of digital media and technology have made Pedro one of the most valuable candidates to represent the Mexico Chapter in various events including the Internet Governance Forum and Internet Hall of Fame. Luis Miguel Martínez
President of the Board of Directors
Internet Society Mexico Chapter
Pedro is an affiliated member to the CANIETI for more than 3 years and his contributions had been satisfactory for our chamber, mainly in the Southeast region of Mexico, promoting an ecosystem of innovation, technology and entrepreneurship for several audiences. Luis Alberto Muñoz Ubando
Vicepresident of Innovation
Mexican Chamber of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technologies (CANIETI)
In his position as Innovation Program Manager, he successfully planned and organized over 150 events, most of them related to software development, robotics, multimedia art and design, cybersecurity, innovation and entrepreneurship, reaching more than 3,000 attendants that he achieved to bring to our ecosystem, increasing our community engagement with the academia, government and professional sector. Marco Antonio Erosa
Chief Executive Officer
TechGarage Technology Park of Cancun
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