Saúl Zenteno Bueno
Advocacy Team Member2020-2023
Saul Zenteno-Bueno is a professor of the Social Sciences Division at Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Chiapas and Coordinator of Student Affairs. His academic interests revolve around illicit financial flows and their interlinkages to sustainable development.
His experience with the UN dates to the preparatory process of the 2030 Agenda. It covers negotiations such as the Nairobi Azimio and Maafikiano, the Sendai Framework, New Urban Agenda, Agenda for Humanity, and the Addis Ababa Action Agenda. He participated in Expert Group Meetings convened by the UNDESA related to Major Groups and Other Stakeholders engagement, and to the SDG 17 to address Agenda 2030 Means of Implementation. His field experience covers youth empowerment, disaster response, migration in Central America, and the Colombian armed conflict.
Saul is a member of IMCS Pax Romana United Nations Advocacy Team and serves at the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth (UN MGCY) as a Policy Officer for Economic Affairs and Global Focal Point for Financing for Development. Saul holds a Lic./B.Sc. in International Business by Universidad del Valle de México and Walden University, and an M.Ed. in Teaching by UTEL. He pursues an M.Res. in International Relations (Regional and Global Political Economy) at FLACSO Ecuador.