Angeles Domínguez is Associate Dean for Faculty Development at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, graduate professor at the School of Humanities and Education, and adjunct researcher at the Institute for the Future of Education at Tecnologico de Monterrey. She obtained a degree in Industrial Physical Engineering from the Tecnologico de Monterrey and a Ph.D. in Mathematics Education from Syracuse University, New York. Due to her research, she is a member of the National System of Researchers, SNI-2, and her main areas of research are a) interdisciplinarity in science, technology and innovation, b) gender studies in STEM, and c) faculty development. Dr. Domínguez participates in various international projects, the most recent being the project "Building the future of Latin America: Engaging women into STEM" with funding from the European Union ERASMUS+ in which 15 universities from 10 countries participate (5 European universities and 10 Latin American). Because of her interest in women's participation in science, she has been a mentor in the Global STEM Alliance's 1000Girls-1000Futures program, and recently Mentor in Science (British Council). Finally, her commitment to promoting the dissemination of knowledge motivates her to assume leadership roles in groups and associations, such as: The International Community of Teachers of Mathematical Modeling and Applications (ICTMA), Latin American Coordinator of Teachers Teaching with Technology (conTigo T3), International Mathematical Modeling Challenge (IMMC), Physics Division of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), Psychology of Mathematics Education North American Chapter (PME-NA) and Northeast Mexico Research and Innovation Network (REDIIEN).