Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda, the Governor-elect of Baja California, has announced the new members of her cabinet for this governmental movement in the state. These members have the necessary experience to carry out the activities in their respective areas.
Through her social media, Marina del Pilar presented Catalino Zavala Márquez, Rosina del Villar Casas and Marco Antonio Moreno Mexía, people with proven results in their different responsibilities, as well as with sufficient preparation to respond to the needs that afflict the Baja California population.
Catalino Zavala Márquez was recently appointed as General Coordinator of the Liaison Commissions of the State Transition, and is the proposed Secretary General of Government, due to his political trajectory and knowledge of the state and national legal framework. He has a law degree from the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California (UABC) and a master's degree in Management and Public Policy from the Universidad Iberoamericana.
Since his youth, he demonstrated his ability for politics, and became a local deputy in the XIII Legislature of the Congress of the State of Baja California between 1989 and 1992, later he was a councilman of the XVI City Council of Tijuana between 1998 and 2001, to later become a local legislator in the XVII, XIX, XXII and XXIII legislatures, the latter being the one that culminated this year.
In addition to being the founder of several communities in the south and east of Tijuana, he promoted several initiatives such as the Law for Free Internet Access, the Law for the Promotion of Scientific Knowledge in Baja California, in addition to being the promoter of the creation of the municipal high school in Tijuana. Likewise, as Secretary of Education of Baja California, he expanded the coverage of educational services and strengthened the educational legal framework. He also served as Campaign Coordinator for Governor-elect Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda.
Marco Antonio Moreno Mexía, who has extensive experience in the design, structuring and negotiation of investment and financing projects in Mexico and abroad, including capital placements in the public and private markets, was elected to the position of Secretary of Finance of Baja California. He has been Chief Financial Officer in public and private companies for more than 25 years.
The financial expert has a Master's Degree in Administration from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey and is a candidate for a Master's Degree in Economics. He is a CPA from UABC and teaches graduate courses at the School of Accounting and Administration of the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California.
Moreno Mexía began his career at the prestigious firm Deloitte, and later at companies such as UniBanco, Grupo Cuervo, SIMEC and Urbi, directly assisting both Mexican and foreign investors. He currently runs his own financial consulting firm in Mexico and is a partner in a financial group in the United States.
Rosina del Villar Casas, who has a degree in Law and another in Tourism from the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California (UABC), was nominated for the position of Secretary of Honesty and Public Function. In her professional career, she has held various administrative and managerial positions, she was a consultant in Human Resources and has exercised her professional career in the legal area, focusing on agrarian, civil and commercial matters.
Likewise, in the V City Hall of Playas de Rosarito she worked in the Municipal Institute of Sports of Playas de Rosarito (IMDER), serving as Coordinator of Federal Programs within the municipal entity, on the other hand, she had fundamental administrative functions in the Auditing Body of the State of Baja California. In addition to the above, Del Villar Casas performed technical academic work in support of researchers at the Colegio de la Frontera Norte (COLEF).
It is worth noting that she was recently a congresswoman in the XXIII Legislature of the Congress of the State of Baja California, representing District XV and chairing the Finance and Budget Committee, the Committee on Equality between Women, Men and Youth, where she had the opportunity to apply her academic preparation and professional experience for the benefit of society.
The Governor-elect of Baja California reiterated her commitment to lead an efficient and transparent administration that will solve the needs of the people of the State of Baja California, which is why she chose people who have demonstrated throughout their trajectory not only capacity and experience, but also the values required by today's challenges.
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