Flor Ayala

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Flor Ayala
Federal Deputy
of the Congress of the Union
by proportional representation
from Sonora
Assumed office
August 29, 2012
Local Deputy
of the Congress of Sonora
from Sonora's 12th local district
In office
September 16, 2009 – August 28, 2012
Preceded by Susana Saldaña Cavazos
Succeeded by Pedro Guillermo Mar Hernández
General Director
of DIF Sonora
In office
September 14, 2003 – March 20, 2009
Preceded by Margarita Elías de Proto
Succeeded by Francisco Valenzuela Moreno
Personal details
Born (1972-04-22) April 22, 1972 (age 43)
Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
Political party Institutional Revolutionary Party
Alma mater Monterrey Institute of Technology
Profession Engineering

Flor Ayala Robles Linares (born April 22, 1972 in Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican politician. Was Local Deputy for the state of Sonora’s XII Local District headed by Hermosillo in the LIX Legislature of the Congress of Sonora. She is currently Federal Deputy by proportional representation in the Chamber of Deputies of the LXII Legislature of the Mexican Congress.[1]

Sonora State Deputy Flor Ayala with children visiting her office


Industrial and Systems Engineer graduate from the Monterrey Institute of Technology, Campus Monterrey. Also has a Master's degree in Economics and Government from Anahuac University and a Diploma in the Women’s Leadership Program from Harvard University.[2]

Partisan Activity[edit]

She is a member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party where she has served as State Policy Advisor. In 2011 was named President of the National Association of Legislators Maria Lavalle Urbina in Sonora.[3] Within the Party has been nominated twice, the first in 2009 vying for the XII Local District of Sonora and the second in the 2012 Mexican federal elections for the V Federal District of Sonora.[4]

In political campaigns she was the Candidate’s Eduardo Bours Wife Office Coordinator in the campaign for Governor of Sonora in 2003. During Francisco Labastida’s, the Institutional Revolutionary Party candidate, National Presidency Campaign served as Coordinator for Private Sector Liaison and Finance from 1999 until 2000. In the same year 2000 she was Tours and Events Coordinator of the Senator Eduardo Bours.

Professional career[edit]

Public Organisms[edit]

In 1998 she was Head of the Directorate of Economic Development and Productivity in the Representation of Sonora’s State Government. From September 2003 to March 2009 she served as Director of the Family’s Integral Development in the state of Sonora.

Civil Society Organisms[edit]

From January 2001 to February 2003 she was General Director of the Eduardo Bours Foundation. In 1998 she worked at the National Chamber of Commerce Confederation in the General Coordination of the International Assembly of Commerce. That same year she coordinated the National Industrials Convention of the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry. Was President from 1995 to 1997 of the Young Sonoran Development Group Association.

Elected Office[edit]

LIX Legislature of the Congress of the State of Sonora[edit]

Local Deputy for the XII Local District, headed by Hermosillo in the LXI Legislature of the Congress of Sonora where she presided the Second Finance Commission and was also a member of the Commissions on Social Development and Public Assistance, Border Affairs, Equity and Gender, Health, Attention to Vulnerable Groups of the Society and Water.[5]

LXII Legislature of the Mexican Congress[edit]

Federal Deputy by proportional representation in the Chamber of Deputies in the LXII Legislature of the Mexican Congress.


  1. ^ Chacon, Rolando (August 14, 2012). "Renuncian diputados; irán a San Lázaro". Reforma (in Spanish). Retrieved September 12, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Tras bambalinas". Diario de Sonora (in Spanish). May 24, 2010. Retrieved September 12, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Reconoce PRI Nacional a Flor Ayala". Semanario Nuevo Sonora (in Spanish). November 24, 2011. Retrieved September 12, 2012. 
  4. ^ "Arranca Flor Ayala campaña como candidata a diputada federal por el Distrito V". Portal La Noticia en Linea (in Spanish). March 30, 2012. Retrieved September 12, 2012. 
  5. ^ "Datos de diputado". Congreso del Estado de Sonora (in Spanish). December 11, 2011. Retrieved September 12, 2012. 

Sonora State Congress webpage (in Spanish)

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Susana Saldaña Cavazos
Local Deputy
from Sonora's 12th local district

Succeeded by
Pedro Guillermo Mar Hernández
Preceded by
Margarita Elías de Proto
General Director of DIF Sonora
Succeeded by
Francisco Valenzuela Moreno