General Director, National Center for Natural Gas Control (CENAGAS)
David Madero is an economist from ITAM, with a masters and PhD degree in economics from University of California, Los Angeles.
Dr. Madero has worked more than twenty years in the Mexican Federal Government and currently is the General Director at the National Control Center for Natural Gas (CENAGAS) since August 2014.
His previous assignments involved economic analysis and various managerial responsibilities at the Treasury´s Service for Asset Management and Disposal, at the National Development Bank for Infrastructure (Banobras), at the Ministry of Energy –overseeing upstream, midstream and downstream oil and gas activities and participating within the PEMEX Board of Directors, and several positions in macroeconomic and financial analysis and policy design at the Mexican Treasury and Central Bank.
In addition, he has given lecture to Bachelor’s degree and master’s level in ITAM, the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económica and Universidad Iberoamericana.