Jorge Luis Lavalle Maury
|Jorge Luis Lavalle Maury|
16 July 1975 |
Campeche, Campeche, Mexico
Jorge Luis Lavalle Maury (born 16 July 1975) is a Mexican politician affiliated with the PAN. He currently serves as Senator of the LXII Legislature of the Mexican Congress representing Campeche Senator Lavalle is a Mexican politician affiliated to the National Action Party (PAN). Within the public service, Jorge Luis initially focused his career on social issues, serving as head of the Public Education´s Federal Support Office and Director of the Social Development Secretary´s Productive Opportunities Program in Campeche, his home State. In the private sector, Senator Lavalle is a SAP-Certified Consultant and has worked as Executive Vice-President of Karims Group and Executive Consultant Vice-President of Broderick-Mac John´s Consulting Firm. Adding to his entrepreneur experience, Jorge Luis was President of the Association of Maquila Companies (assembly plants); President of the Coparmex (Mexican Entrepreneurs Association responsible for around 30% of national´s GDP) Young Entrepreneurs Commission; and Vice-President of the Coparmex National Young Entrepreneurs Commission in Campeche. In the 2012 General Mexican Election, Jorge Luis won a seat as Senator from Campeche. Since September 1st 2012 and through August 31st, 2018 he will serve as one of the 128 Federal Senators. He currently Presides the Administration Committee, is the Secretary of the Finance and Public Credit Committee and is a Member of the Energy and Communications & Transport Committees of the LXIII Legislature Mexican´s Senate. Senator Lavalle was one of the key drivers of the Energy Reform being the main spokesperson from the opposition party to actively intervene in the conformation of such reform. Jorge Luis has a Bachelor’s degree in Public Accounting, a Master’s degree in Senior Management and International Business, is certified on Finance by the European Union and has enrolled in academic activities by teaching Finance at the Inter-American University for Development..
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