The corporate sector is marked by different forces that affect the success of various business entities and governments. To successfully navigate the complex economic maze within the business environment, companies need experienced and highly talented individuals with deep insight into economic intrigues. Individuals such as Porfirio Sanchez Galindo have the potential of analyzing economic conditions and provide the advisory on the right mix of strategic initiatives to achieve success. Porfirio Sanchez Galindo is a corporate leader with experience extending beyond the confines of the corporate sector. His knowledge of market operations has also seen him serve within the corridors of power in Mexico where he held the powerful position of minister’s chief of staff within the Ministry of Finance in Mexico. In his role, he was integral in advising the minister on various important economic issues and policies based on his analysis of economic situations and trends locally and globally.
Porfirio Sanchez Galindo’s solid academic background has played a critical role in his success as a career diplomat and corporate leader. In 1994, he joined Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) where he graduated in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. In 2011, he joined Stanford Graduate School of Business where he enrolled for the Stanford Executive Program. He studied Executive Education. He furthered his education at Carnegie Mellon University where he studied at the Institute for Software Research in 2012. Porfirio Sanchez Galindo’s constant quest for self-improvement has seen him horn special skills in key fields that are related to his position at Televisa.
Porfirio Sanchez Galindo’s excellent grasp of economic issues due to his solid academic foundation has seen him serve both in the corporate sector and the federal government of Mexico. In 2000, he was appointed by the then Mexican Secretary for Finance, Francisco Gil Diaz to serve as his chief of staff. He successfully served in the advisory position for six years before joining the corporate sector as the chief economist, chief of staff and corporate vice president for Televisa in 2006. He still serves in the positions. In 2015, he was appointed the chief executive officer for Editorial Televisa.