Rodrigo is responsible for outreach, support and engagement with all stakeholders in the Latin America region.
He joined ICANN in January 2011 as a Regional Liaison for Latin America. Before joining ICANN, Rodrigo served as Director General of Prospective Regulation and Director General for International Cooperation of Mexico's Federal Commission of Telecommunications (Cofetel).
He was also the Mexican representative to ICANN's Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC), which gives governments a voice in the organization's policy formation. He is also a member of the Consultative Committee of NIC.mx, Mexico's ccTLD.
Rodrigo has a Master's degree in political economy and international relations from the University of Essex in the UK. He is also a lecturer of International Organizations and Economic Negotiations and a consultant to the Latin American Cooperation for Advanced Networks (CLARA).