HECTOR DANIEL SANTILLANES CHAPA
Information Technologies - Telecommunications Consultant
Office (81)8336 6771; Mobile: (81)1900 0565
Effective problem solving through detailed analysis. Expertise in Telecommunications, Information
Technologies, Economics, regulation, pricing and tariffs. Public Policy analysis and design. Have worked
in the public and private sector. Have collaborated as a Tutor for private schools, universities and
community service. Fully Bilingual. PAEP ASSESMENT TEST 800/800.
Academic degrees: *English Transcripts available upon request
Graduate: M.A. in International Law. EGAP Tec de Monterrey / Universidad de Barcelona
Currently studying under a 20,000 U.S. Dlls/year academic scholarship.
Thesis title: A compared Analysis of the Regulation of the telecommunications sector.
Graduate: M.A. in Economics. EGAP Tec de Monterrey / Georgetown University.
Studied under a 20,000 U.S. Dlls/year full academic scholarship.
Thesis title: Analysis of the Convergence of Services Agreement as a public
policy and its impact in the Telecommunications Sector in Mexico.
Undergraduate: B.S. in Electronic and Communications (IEC). Tec de Monterrey.1995–2000
High School: Terry Sanford High School. Fayetteville, North Carolina, Class of 1995.
Member of the National Honor Society for outstanding high school students.
July 2008 – Present. Private Practice in Consulting. Sworn Expert in Information Technologies –
Telecommunications and Sworn Expert in Economics, all by the government of the State of Nuevo León.
Expertise in Interconnection Rates for Fixed and Mobile lines.
July 2007– June 2008. Euromonitor International. Market Intelligence Analyst. Participating in diverse
industries such as telecommunications, consumer products, pharmaceutical, education and travel and
tourism. In charge of determining market sizes, forecasts and delivering written reports for clients as well
as in-house projects.
August 2003 – December 2006. EGAP/TEC de Monterrey. Assistant to the Director of the M.A. in
International Studies. Collaborated as an Academic Investigator. In charge of the development and
coordination of the Extension School courses offered to public and private organizations.
Chilean Consulate in Monterrey, general coordinator of the export trading event “Los sabores de Chile”.
July 2000 – September 2005. To See Group, S.A. de C.V. Production Director, Technology Division.
Business Co-Founder and member of the directive board. In Charge of the product development
department, and the company’s national expansion. Collaborated to expand the business presence
nationwide in six cities, and internationally in two cities during the year 2002.
Obtained the State of Nuevo Leon Youth Award in the Business area.
Achieved the National Award for small businesses, by the Keep Walking Fund and the Diageo Group.
Additional Information and Activities:
Sworn translator and interpreter. Member of the Texas Association of Interpreters and Translators.
Student Body Vice-president EGAP for 2003 and 2004. Participant in Viva México!, and México Mágico
European Tour, sponsored by the Pulsar International Group.
Active member of Mensa Mexico, The International Society for Philosophical Enquiry (ISPE), Rotary
Mexico, and Mensa International.
Qualifications and Skills: Willing to learn and develop new ways of having goals achieved. Proactive.
Good negotiating and inter-personal skills. Like to take risks. Enjoy Challenges. Know how to work and
perform satisfactorily in a team. Very strong analytical capabilities. Goal-Oriented.
References provided upon request.
Héctor Daniel Santillanes Chapa
Appointed by the Higher Court of Justice of
the State of Nuevo Leon.
Electronics and Telecommunications
Engineer with Graduate Studies in
Economics and Public Policy, and in
Providing Translation Services for
domestic and international
companies since 1998.
Appointed as a sworn translator
and interpreter in the year 2008
by the Judicial Power of the State
of Nuevo Leon.
Sectors of expertise include
Economics), Oil and Gas, Public
Policy, Energy, Pharmaceutical,
Financial, Environmental and
Current clients for sworn translation services and
interpretation include Uber, AutoZone, AMEXHI, The
Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), America Movil,
Johnson Controls, Alestra, Avantel, Mondelez, Axtel, The
International Centre for Trade and Sustainable
Development, Air Liquide, Grupo Industrial Saltillo,
Santamarina & Steta, Schlumberger, Nippon Steel,
Pridgeon and Clay, Turner International, Sumitomo,
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries de Mexico.