EGADE Alumnae and Student Stand Out on Expansión’s 100 Most Powerful Women List

The list brings together the most important and influential women in Mexico’s world of business.


Seven alumnae and one student of EGADE Business School at Tecnológico de Monterrey stood out in the ranking The 100 most powerful businesswomen 2023, by the magazine Expansión.

Published in the March issue, the list seeks to highlight women who, from their leadership position, are setting the course of Mexico’s business ecosystem while driving gender equality and professional growth for more and more women. 

The EGADE Business School alumnae and student included on the Expansión list are:

Silvia Dávila Kreimerman (MNE’97)

  • Regional President Latin America and CEO Mexico,  Danone
  • Master in Business Economics graduate
  • Ranked: 5th

Verónica Pérez (MBA’19)

  • President for the Northern Region Latin America and Commercial Director of Industrial Solutions Latin America, Dow
  • EGADE MBA graduate
  • Ranked: 16th

Angela Gómez Aiza (MA’06)

  • President of SAP México
  • Master in Business Management graduate
  • Ranked: 23rd

Ana Isabel Iglesias Pérez (MAF,09)

  • CFO of Sanofi México
  • Master in Finance graduate
  • Ranked: 51st

Mildred Villegas Sojo (MA'04)

  • Vice-President of Finance, Unilever de México
  • Master in Business Management graduate
  • Ranked: 54th

Elvira Sánchez Chapa (MMT'03)

  • CIO & VP of DHL Exprés México
  • Master in Business Management graduate
  • Ranked: 67th

Alehira Orozco Reyes

  • Director of Government Relations, Mercado Libre México
  • EGADE MBA Alumna
  • Ranked: 89th

Mónica del Carmen García (MA'98)

  • Director of Purchasing and Supply Chain, General Motors de México
  • Master in Business Management graduate
  • Ranked: 93rd

The ranking, which is carried out by means of a call, evaluates the positions of the candidates in their company, their participation on boards of directors at other companies and in business organizations, as well as their efforts to drive female talent.  

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