Based in Mexico City, Mexico
Paco de Anda is a transport advisor for the German Development Cooperation (GIZ) in Mexico for the Transition to an Integrated and Intelligent Public Transport System (TranSIT) project in the city of Leon, Guanajuato.
He is the founder of the country’s first civil road safety organization, Mobility and Development Mexico. He has received and taught road safety courses in several countries in Latin America and Europe. He participated as a Road Safety Advisor for the Pan American Health Organization and the National Council for Accident Prevention of the Ministry of Health. He was the Coordinator of the Global Road Safety Program in Mexico for the Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP).
He is a certified Road Safety Auditor and specializes in the design and management of public policies in road safety with a systemic approach. He was a technical advisor on vehicle safety and advisor for the Mobility and Road Safety Law for the Global Health Promotion Incubator and the Senate of the Republic. He has been a certified trainer of driving instructors by the AUTOMEX driving school association. He has a degree in Industrial Design from the Anahuac Mexico Norte University and a Master’s degree in Marketing and Advertising from the same institution.