Yolanda Martínez Mancilla is a Master of Science in Administration and Public Policy, from Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is a former Fulbright-García Robles Fellow and a current member of its board.
She currently serve as Representative of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) in Chile. She have more than 15 years of experience in digital transformation public policies working for local governments and federal executive in Mexico, Deloitte global consulting and in different development initiatives at the United Nations Development Agency (UNDP).
When she worked in the digital goverment unit at the Ministry of Public Administration in Mexico, she played a key role leading the integration of the National One-Stop Shop for government information, e-services and e-participation on ICT Policy, smart ICT procurement policies, as well as the Internet Governance and Digital Inclusion public policies with gender perspective.