Alejandra María Vilalta y Perdomo

Alejandra María Vilalta y Perdomo, PhD

Vice-Rectory of Internationational Affairs
Tecnológico de Monterrey

Alejandra María Vilalta y Perdomo is a senior member of the Tecnológico de Monterrey Educational System, a leading private university in Mexico with 26 campuses, where she is director of international development/global initiatives at the Vice Rectory for International Affairs. Vilalta y Perdomo served at different campuses in several positions, such as campus president, dean of the business school, dean of the humanities and social sciences school, dean of undergraduate school, director of graduate programs, and full-time professor, among other positions. She has been the driving force behind the negotiations and agreements with enterprises, institutions, and universities in different countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America. She has also been instrumental in the creation and development of new academic and nonacademic programs.

Her fields of academic and consulting expertise include internationalization, entrepreneurship, social community development, franchises, human capital, and executive protocol. Vilalta y Perdomo graduated first in her class with a BA in management from the Tecnológico de Monterrey and holds an MBA and a PhD in humanities.