Porfirio Sanchez Galindo and his Magnificent Career at Grupo Televisa

The media industry seems to be one of the most crowded niches. Therefore, excelling in this industry requires extra work to be done and for one to be persistently patient. Professionals like Porfirio Sanchez Galindo have been successful here due to their decorate education backgrounds and the skills that they have taken up during their career lives.

Why am I using Porfirio Sanchez Galindo as the perfect example? It is because he has beaten all odds to become a leading media professional working for the largest mass media company in Latin America. He currently holds the position of Chief Executive Officer for Grupo Televisa’s editorial division, Grupo Editorial Televisa.

Porfirio Sanchez Galindo landed a job at Grupo Televisa after having made many academic accomplishments. He is a graduate of Stanford Graduate Schol of Business, where he had been undertaking his executive studies since the year 2001. Prior to joining Stanford, Porfirio Sanchez Galindo had graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics, from The Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico (ITAM). Galindo also boasts of a Software Research Education from the Carnegie Mellon University, which he attended between the years 2011 and 2012.

As a result of his wide education experience, he posses more than 77 professional skills that make him the envy of others in his industry. Also, his education background landed him a job with the Ministry of Finance. That was in the year 2000, when he was appointed to work as the Chief of Staff, a position that he held until the year 2006.

When he left the Ministry of Finance, Porfirio Sanchez Galindo got a job with Grupo Televisa. At the time, Grupo Televisa’s executive VP, appointed him to work in the lower management levels. He did work there for quite some time before the World Bank started headhunting him, with a promise of better employment terms. It was then that Grupo Televisa realized that they would be losing one of their best talent and decided to offer him even better terms than the World Bank. It was at that point that he was made CEO of the editorial group.