Julio Sánchez Maríñez, Ph.D
Julio Sánchez Maríñez is the ninth Rector of the Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (INTEC). He was sworn in on January 19, 2021 and his first term of office will last until 2023.
Sánchez Maríñez has a degree in Psychology, graduated from the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo (UASD), with specialty studies in Planning and Administration of Higher Education of the Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (INTEC) and PhD in Organizational and Management Studies from the School of Business of the State University of New York at Albany.
He has extensive experience in educational management as a secondary school principal at Colegio Dominicano De La Salle; Executive Secretary of the National Council of Higher Education (CONES); and a teaching and research assistant to leading professors at the Schools of Business and Sociology at the State University of New York, Albany. Between 2013 and 2020 he served as Rector of the Salomé Ureña Higher Teacher Training Institute (ISFODOSU).
He was Program Manager of the Management Development and Human Resources Component of CARIFORUM (1996-1997), Technical Director of the Program to Support the Reform and Modernization of the Executive Power (Pro-Reforma) of the Inter-American Development Bank (2006) and also He has had experience in the private sector as Vice President of Human Resources (1992) and Vice President of Support and Infrastructure (1995) at Banco BHD and President of the company Consultrain (1997-2008).
As a teacher, he has been director of the Business Administration and Marketing Programs at the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) and Professor of Organizational Theory in the Postgraduate Program in Government and Public Policy at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO) ( 2002).
At INTEC he was vice-rector for Research and Liaison (2008-2013); Dean of the Business Area (1994-1995); Executive Director of Permanent Education and Scientific Dissemination (1985-1986), and has taught in undergraduate and graduate programs in both the Social Sciences and Humanities Area and the Economics and Business Area.
He has extensive experience in business and government consulting for international and non-governmental organizations, as a facilitator, lecturer and researcher on various topics. In addition, he is an author with publications on human capital, leadership, higher education, talent management, youth and participation, behavior analysis, among many other topics.
He is a member of various international organizations such as the American Management Association, executive secretary of the University Educational Network of Regional Knowledge and Action (Reduce); Latin American Coalition for Teaching Excellence and member of the Coordinating Committee of the Regional Program for the Development of the Teaching Profession in Latin America and the Caribbean.