Baja California

Governor José Guadalupe Osuna Millán

José Guadalupe Osuna Millán (1978) obtained his undergraduate Degree in Economics from the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC), and (1981) earned a Master’s Degree in Industrial Economics from the National Politechnical Institute (IPN) in Mexico City. (1983) He has specialized in economic research due in part to his extensive experience as a (1981–1982) Professor of Economics as part of the faculty at UABC and in the Department of Graduate Studies at IPN. (1982-1984) He was also the Assistant Director of the Faculty of Economics at UABC and Director of the Institute for Economic Research at UABC. He has written numerous articles and published essays in magazines such as “The Economist”, “Ciclos”, and others.

Governor Osuna Millán served as (1984-1985) Director of Public Investments, Under Secretary of Public Investments for the Government of Baja California, (1989-1990) Director of Real Estate for the Government of Baja California in Tijuana, (1990-1995) Director of the State Public Utilities Commission of Tijuana, he was (1995-1998) Mayor of Tijuana, (1998-2000) Director of the State Water Commission, and (2003-2006) Federal Congressman for Baja California. His extensive experience as a public servant offers a very broad perspective of the economic and development activities of the city of Tijuana and of the State of Baja California.

He is Married with Mrs. Carmina Capuchino Diaz and they have 2 daughters; Dania Alejandra Osuna Capuchino and Esthefania Osuna Capuchino and 1 son; Esteban Osuna Capuchino.

Governor Osuna Millán was born on December 10, 1955 in Caliente de Garate City of Concordia in the Sinaloa State, and currently lives in Mexicali, Baja California, México.