Porfirio Sanchez Galindo is one of Mexico’s best and brightest. In fact, that’s simply understating it, for he is so much more. This unique director of special projects, in Mexico’s media division known as Televisa, has been in his current position for more than eight years and loves it to this very day.
He writes. He edits. He posts. He tells stories and more. He knows what the audiences want, and he delivers in a timely and punctual manner.
He has studied the media and knows it’s every up-and-down, particularly when it relates to Mexico. How can he not? He is, after all, the proud Mexican citizen that the people want; he has lived in Mexico his entire life.
Galindo may be found on LinkedIn with more than 500 contacts. Additionally, he has previously worked within the Mexican finance ministry as a Minister’s Chief of Staff. His position lasted from 2000 to 2006 and primarily took place within Mexico City and its surrounding suburbs. He’s also an avid business strategist and knows how to plan and strategize for any organization big or small. He started at Carnegie Mellon University and graduated there in 2012, along with Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, which he left in 2011; he also studied at the ITAM and got his BS of Applied Mathematics there in 1998.
He’s also the International Editing Supervisor for Televisa and holds multiple daily duties there. He works in conjunction with Hiva Boronco, Asmira AHur, Folo Fellipe Race, Pesach Frances, Marco de la Roca, Bruce Borden, Sarah Vandevelde, Mario’s Rodriguez Dellis and several other top executives to bring forth the best that the Mexican news media has to offer. And we know it’s not easy. Far from it, many top Mexican media companies flat out lie and do not respect the truth for its full worth. Televisa is somewhat different as its top leaders are people of principle and valor, including Sanchez. They seek to represent the truth, the full truth and nothing but the truth – so help them God.