Alejandro Villanueva

Alejandro Villanueva
Televisa Foundation
Executive Director

Alejandro Villanueva is the Executive Director of Televisa Foundation (TF), a US registered 501c3 that aims to propel Latino families through innovative education and entrepreneurship programs. The foundation strategy has a strong leverage on technology and a particular focus in STEM with a gender angle. Before joining TF, he served as Regional Director of Programs at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Alejandro also worked in the financial sector and helped organizations around the world with McKinsey & Company. He has a master’s degree in business and several certificate programs in strategy, philanthropy, innovation and entrepreneurship.

Other Profiles you might like

A photo of Margaret Martonosi smiling at the camera in front of a blurred background. She's wearing glasses and a white jacket over a blue and red patterned top.

Margaret Martonosi

Margaret Martonosi is the H.T. Adams ’35 Professor of Computer Science at Princeton University, where she has been on the faculty since 1994. Martonosi’s research

Read More »
A photo of Kelsey Flood smiling into the camera. She's wearing a blue top and standing in front of a black backdrop.

Kelsey Flood

Kelsey Flood believes deeply that education and access have the transformative power to bring forth economic justice. Kelsey began her career as a high school

Read More »
A photo of Jacob Martinez smiling at the camera. He's wearing a dark scally cap, glasses and a gray button down shirt.

Jacob Martinez

In 2014, Jacob founded Digital NEST—a technology workforce development hub providing youth in rural communities with high-demand technology skills, mentoring and hands-on experience so they

Read More »
A photo of Erin Cech wearing a black jacket and looking into the camera with one hand under her chin in front of a gray background.

Erin Cech

Dr. Erin Cech (she/her) is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Mechanical Engineering (by courtesy) at the University of Michigan. She earned

Read More »
Scroll to Top