Alejandro holds a Degree in Administration and Promotion of Urban Projects by the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico. He worked as a construction supervisor and manager of urban housing and commercial projects. He participated in the implementation of Muévete Chilo, a shared bicycle system in the mexican cities of Mazatlán, Culiacán and Los Mochis. In the last year, Alejandro participated in the planning and implementation of pop-up lanes in 12 cities in Mexico and Latin America, and in the development of the Guide for Pop-Up Lanes for Resilient Cities. Alejandro likes teamwork and enjoys cycling around the city.