Sonia Aguilar González, Road Safety Manager, WRI México
Francisco Alonso, Director of the University Institute for Research in Traffic and Road Safety (INTRAS), University of Valencia, Spain.
Sergio Arreola Almanza, Chief Commercial Officer, Cactus Traffic
José Azcárate, President, ITS Mexico
Laura Ballesteros Mancilla, Alternate Senator and National Secretary of Social Management, Movimiento Ciudadano.
Bernardo Baranda, Regional Director for Latin America, ITDP
Héctor Manuel Bonilla, Coordinator, Mexican Transportation Institute.
Rayen Budiles, Deputy General Manager, COPEMSA
Francisco M. Cabeza Santillana, President, Mexican Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (AMIVE).
María del Rosario Castro, General Manager, Metrobús
Arturo Cervantes, President, ANASEVI
Daniel Corte, CEO, BDI PARKING
Salomón Chertorivski, President of the Mobility Commission, Chamber of Deputies
Chris de Veer, Strategic Advisor for Intelligent Mobility of the Province of North Holland in the Netherlands
Constanza Delón Córdoba, Director of Road Safety and Information Follow-up, SEMOVI
Felipe Gallego Llano, Co-Founder, MegaFlux
Gustavo García, Business Development Manager Mexico LATAM, Cubic Transportation Systems
Ciani Gonzalez, Mobility Specialist, SEDATU
Karina Licea, Urban Development and Mobility Specialist, Strategic Access
Rubén López, Chief Executive Officer, Aleatica
Alberto Marín Fernández, General Manager, Red Planners
Nicolás Mejía Pedroza, Executive Director, AMTM
Wout Meutstege, Sales and Business Development, Sqills Products BV
Ito Nakamura, Marketing Manager, JOLLATEK
Andrea Papu, Senior Transport Analyst, International Transport Forum of the OECD
She is responsible for ITF's global non-urban passenger transport model and is involved in different projects related to the adoption of new vehicle services and technologies involving electrification and automation. Prior to joining ITF, she obtained her PhD from the Technical University of Denmark, where he also holds a Master's degree in Transport and Logistics. Her PhD thesis is on "Demand and behavioral models for shared, electric and autonomous vehicle mobility", and contributes to a better understanding of the travel behavior of car users in the context of simultaneous changes in preferences towards car travel and the deployment of new mobility services and technologies. During her PhD she published several articles in recognized journals and presented her work at international conferences. She is a Civil Engineer from the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina and had worked as a transportation consultant.