Alejandra Cortés de Milmo
Health Coach (Ale Cortes Coach) and Founding President of the Axtel Foundation.
She considers that contributing to society makes her a more empathetic human being and invites her to be co-responsible with her community. She feels the responsibility of returning some of the generosity that life has given her.
She has spent the last 15 years promoting philanthropy through the Axtel Foundation, supporting capacity building projects for the marginalized urban communities of the country, seeking to transform the way of thinking and acting of civil society organizations; supporting them in generating proposals with sustenance and encouraging them to measure their impact.
From 2006 to 2016 Fundación Axtel promoted Corporate Volunteering, creating a communication bridge between the AXTEL Community and the community. “The valuable participation of hundreds of collaborators who have shared their time, knowledge and heart to support different programs is a treasure that we consider very valuable.”
Since then, Fundación Axtel has benefited more than 550,000 people through more than 250 projects in 39 cities in the country.
It has fundamentally promoted social synergies through the promotion of 9 new social institutions that today benefit the community, among which are SUMARSE, Causas.org, Vía Educación, Sattva ONG, Potencia Joven (Young Power), Boys Hope Girls Hope, and the Citizen Educational Alliance for Nuevo León, among others.
Member of the Board of Directors of Alianza Educativa Ciudadana por NL. An initiative to improve school infrastructure, mentoring and support to school principals. This model is operated in 100 public schools.
Since 2013, she has chaired the Potencia Joven Council, an initiative that seeks to lead children who are on the street to start a life project together with their family, it seeks to strengthen the mother-child bond.
Since 2005 she has been part of the Administrative Council of the Nuevo Amanecer Institute, A.B.P.; She has been a member of the Board of Pro Superación Familiar Neoleonesa, A.C. since 2005; As of 2008, she has been a member of the Board of Directors of Boys Hope Girls Hope Monterrey, A.B.P. In addition, she has been a member, since 2008, of the Board of Trustees of the Luis Elizondo Prize of Tec de Monterrey, and a member of the Board of Directors of the Polytechnic High School of the University of Monterrey since 2006. In 2013, she was elected member of the Board of Directors of the Casa Paterna La Gran Familia, AC. In 2016, she joins the University of NL foundation as an advisor.
Alejandra Cortés de Milmo has a B.A. Degree in Marketing from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (I.T.E.S.M.). She has a Digital Design Diploma from The Art Institute of Pittsburg. She has a Master of Science in Health Coaching from the International Health Coach University. She is currently part of the team at the Tec Salud Zambrano Hellion Hospital to bring a Functional Medicine approach to the community.
Alejandra has been a member of the Vail community since 2009 and she is grateful for the opportunity to serve.