As a consultant he specializes in strategic and performance management, organizational analysis and program evaluation in the public and non-for-profit sectors. He has been a recurrent program evaluator with the National Council for Evaluation of Social Policy (CONEVAL) in Mexico and conducted consultancy projects for the Inter-American Development Bank, the United Nations Development Program, and The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, among others. He acted as facilitator during the round tables where the OGP National Action Plans of Mexico and Trinidad and Tobago where developed. He has taught graduate and postgraduate courses in several higher education institutions such as El Colegio de México, The University of Birmingham, Universidad Iberoamericana, and the School of Public Administration of the Federal District, Mexico. His main research interests are transparency, accountability and management for results in the public sector. He has published several academic articles in prestigious journals such as Gestión y Política Pública and Reforma y Democracia.