Adriana Labardini Inzunza
Independent lawyer, specialist in regulation, public policies and competition in telecommunications, media and ICT.
- Consultant and lawyer in the area of ICT, regulation and economic competition.
- Counselor of Rhizomatica, self-managed indigenous telecommunications
- Counselor of the INDELA Fund
- Founder and vice president of CONECTADAS, the women’s network for gender equality in the ICT industries
- She was Commissioner of the Federal Institute of Telecommunications from September 10, 2013 to February 28, 2018
- He held the Presidency thereof on an interim basis and chaired the Transparency Committee of the body, from 2013 to 2015
- She is an Academic Advisor of the Law Department of the Ibeoamerican University
- Columnist in arenapublica.com
She is a lawyer graduated from the Escuela Libre de Derecho (Free School of Law), with a Master of Laws degree from Columbia University, in New York and a former Fulbright scholar. Social entrepreneur Ashoka.
She was the founder of Alconsumidor, a civil association that pioneered the defense of the rights of consumers and users.
She has served as a mentor for mexican and foreign women in Mujeres x México, Talentum, Vital Voices and Women of the Americas.