*This talk is presented in Spanish.*
Jose Galicot is a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist, and active leader in initiatives related to education, art, culture, and environmental issues. He is the co-founder and President of Tijuana Innovadora; is an advisor and owner of the Interactive Museum, El Trompo, and the Art Gallery "Sala Anguiano". He also serves on the Community Oversight Committee of a new ecological reserve in Tijuana; and is a promoter of the Classroom of the Future Project and Microsoft Innovation Center initiatives. Galicot has been nationally and internationally recognized for his remarkable engagement in community service projects. He received the 2010 Tijuana Citizen of the Year Award given by the U.S. - Mexico Business Center of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce; and The Charles Nathanson Memorial Award for Cross-Border Region Building for Lead San Diego Visionary Awards 2011.
This talk is part of a series of speeches and discussions from the Conference on Violence and Policing in Latin American and U.S. Cities. The conference was hosted and organized by the Program on Poverty and Governance at Stanford's Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law. Presentation: http://stanford.io/1k12pB3. For more information on the Program on Poverty and Governance, please visit http://povgov.stanford.edu and follow #PovGov on Twitter.