Technology and public innovation practitioners. A multidisciplinary team that envisions possibilities and narrows them down to practical solutions.
Cristina Martínez Pinto
Founder & CEO
Cristina is the Founder and CEO of the PIT Policy Lab. She has worked as a Digital Development Consultant at the World Bank, led C Minds' AI for Good Lab and co-founded Mexico's National AI Coalition IA2030Mx. She holds a Master in Public Policy from Georgetown University and a B.A. in International Relations from the Tec de Monterrey. She is an alumna of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Shapers community, a Fellow at The Day One Project Technology Policy Accelerator, and the youngest member sitting at the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation Board of Advisors.
Constanza Gómez Mont
Founding Investor & Senior Advisor
Constanza is working towards achieving an inclusive Fourth Industrial Revolution in developing countries. She is the President of C Minds, a women led impact innovation agency. Constanza works with governments and institutions in the development of public policy and programs in the field of exponential technologies, seeking to leverage their benefits and mitigate their potential social risks in emerging economies.
Edgar Aparicio González
Edgar is an economist committed to Sustainable Development. He has a degree in Economics and a Master of Science in Natural Resource Management from the University of Guadalajara. He has worked as an analyst, project manager, and independent consultant, and has extensive experience researching on topics such as: international economy and economic growth, socio-economic impact of emerging technologies, and resilience of agri-food systems. He is currently Professor of Economics at ITESO, Jesuit University of Guadalajara. He is also a volunteer at ExpertODS, an initiative of the SDSN Mexico that seeks to advance the implementation of the SDGs and the 2030 Agenda in Mexico.
Luz Elena González
Projects Leader + Comms
Luz Elena is a public interest technologist committed to the ethical design of technology policies to create more inclusive, sustainable, and resilient cities in Latin America. She is a specialist in International Cooperation for Development and has a degree in International Relations from Tec de Monterrey, Campus Guadalajara. Luz Elena is also a content curator for Women in Artificial Intelligence Mexico and promoter of events within the MCODER.ai community for women in data science.
Alejandra Glía Sánchez
Alejandra is a former collegiate swimmer and an internationalist with experience leading projects for nonprofits. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Asheville with a B.A. in International Studies and a double minor in Economics and German. She has worked with communities at the base of the pyramid in Mexico, Central America, the United States, and Africa. She works to make the tools, information, and resources necessary for people to reach their full potential accessible. She is an Institutional Relations Fellow at the Center for Binational Institutions, an initiative by the U.S. - Mexico Foundation.
Projects and Operations Assistant
Mariana has a Bachelor in International Relations from Tec de Monterrey, and is specialized in International Cooperation for Development. She has worked in public and private institutions managing social and cultural projects, and organizing conventions on social sciences and public policy. She has great interest in participating in initiatives to build inclusive, safe, and people oriented physical and digital environments with gender perspective.
Research and Projects Intern
Owolebi Adeola Sarah has a Bachelors degree in Law and Philosophy from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. Through her work, she is interested in advancing trust and safety standards so the internet is a safe an inclusive place. She is passionate about the responsible tech for good social movement, and the role policy and law play in shaping technology governance and regulation.