Our regional network activities are significantly impacted by the Covid19 outbreak. Please refer to our dedicated information page for further guidance and to our events page for information on cancelled, postponed and repurposed (online) events. Please contact us with any queries and we will consult with the regional network leads below before coming back to you as soon as we possibly can.

MEXICO network

The Mexico NNEdPro Network is a collaboration of dietitians, doctors, academics, medical and healthcare educators, researchers students and professional associations in Mexico.

Key Aims

Strengthen the Mexican Nutrition workforce through education and training opportunities

Enable positive interactions between the Nutrition workforce and other health professionals

Pilot the NNEdPro Mobile teaching Kitchen Project in slums or underserved areas

Organise an Annual Regional Meeting to share and showcase examples of good practice

Launch Event

Read our blog post!

steering committee

Mercedes Zorrilla Tejeda
Network Co-lead
Rebeca Leyva Rico
Network Co-lead
Sumantra Ray
Principal Advisor
Dr Santosh Gaihre
Advisor
Jimena De Martino
Advisor
Matheus
Ops and Strategy Coordinator

founding members

Veronica Flores Bello

Maite Plazas Belausteguigoitia

Beatriz Portilla Camacho

Saby Camacho

Leticia Cervantes

Ane Galdos

Yareni Guitierrez

Mónica Hurtado

Norma Ramos Ibañez

Julia Leon

Miranda Lucia Moran Morales 

Helene McNulty

Valeria Ortiz

Citlali Gurrola Oliveros

Rocío López Ortiz

Ana Bertha Pérez

Ruth Price

Gabriela Ruiz

Fermín Reygadas

Alicia Ramírez

Carmen Ruiz

Claudia Rodríguez

Herón Salgado

María Magdalena Sánchez

Maribel Vilatela

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Awards

2016 Finalist & Runner-Up: BMJ Education Team of the Year Awards

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